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Hi :)
The 6_24 was the first one that seemed to cause slow-downs in earlier versions of LibreOffice, 
3.3.x and 3.4.x branches (prior to 3.4.5).  More recent versions of java seem to have often caused 
crashes as well as slowdowns.  The best version seems to have been the 6_21.  That seemed to be the 
pinnacle for those early LOs.  

LibreOffice 3.5.x and 3.4.5&3.4.6 seem to prefer the newest possible versions of java, preferring  
ultra-latest versions such as 7_3 even before they get released.  

On Gnu&Linux you are considerably safer than if you were running Windows or even Mac.  Mac started 
with unix-based security so they tend to be significantly safer but they are a proprietary system 
so presumably they are not able to respond so quickly to threats.  I think making something 
proprietary introduces other potential vulnerabilities anyway even though that is contra-intuitive. 
Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Sun, 15/4/12, Nicolás Adamo <> wrote:
<snip />

My case: 
Archlinux with LibreOffice Build ID:350m1(Build:102) 
Java: Sun Microsystems Inc. 1.6.0_24 (Shouldn't it say Oracle's??)


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