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In the meantime I also tried 3.5, but the same problems occur there.
It might have something to do with hardware acceleration /
antialiasing. At least I found several posts in different forums whith
users who have the same problems.
In one forum someone stated that disabling Antialiasing and Hardware
Acceleration helped. I will try this.
I also found several bugreports which document similar problems.


Forum posts:

- Stefan

2012/1/11 Stefan Dröge <>:
Hi all, since a long time I experience really annoying crashes of
LibreOffice that bring my complete system (Linux) down.
The symptoms are:
- Everything stops, only the mouse cursor is still movable (however the
cursor Icon stays in the last state)
- I can't even switch to the console (Ctrl+F1 for example), Ctrl+Backspace
doesn't work either
- No harddisk actions can be heared
- The system only responds to Magic SysRq keys

So the system seems to be completely dead.

I experience these problems since a longer time. I tried LO 3.3.4 as well as
I tried it on Kubuntu and openSuse (KDE), both 64 bit.

If I remember correctly, the crash occured when I drag an object in a
document. It doesn't happen every time.

Has anybody else experienced these issues? Which information can I provide
to you to investigate?

Kind regards, Stefan

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