Checking the hardware is a lot easier for Gnu&Linux users than for Windows users. If it's easy
then it's worth doing but i'm not sure it's worth putting too much time into at this stage. The
devs might well come up with a better idea.
--- On Sun, 6/5/12, Gabriel Risterucci <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
From: Gabriel Risterucci <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: Unable to start my newly installed LibreOffice v3.5.2 programs.
Date: Sunday, 6 May, 2012, 13:21
Well, from this logic, you could say that if LO had problems, everyone
would have a problem, but it's working fine for everyone else :)
The issue is somewhere between LO and your system, so ruling out the OS is
not a bad idea.
For example, when a system got a faulty RAM
module, it could work fine most
of the time but crash under some load (and LO is quite the load...).
2012/5/6 Ant <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Um, why? If I had problems, then LO wouldn't be the only with problems.
Everything else is working fine. :)
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