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On 03/28/2012 04:24 AM, Pedro wrote:

sanches wrote

Thanks a lot for reply and tip, Tom! I had found the answer. Java plugin
for LibreOffice had not been installed by default in the Ubuntu 12.04
distribution (why, actually?). Oh, my carelessness :)

I'm glad you found a solution. In any case it is not acceptable that LO
should crash. It should be stable enough to simply show a self-explaining
error message.

Please file a bug report at
Actually, that is a distro version (3.512, Ubuntu 12.04) so sanches
should file a bug report with Ubuntu:

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