OOops! I had meant to send it to the users list! Good catch, thanks :)
I'm glad the bug-report page did help. With hindsight it makes more
sense that you grumbled about lack of output after running it from the
command-line. Gui apps almost never give output when they crash!
Sometimes a pop-up warning but if the app is crashing it would take
that down at the same time. Obvious really!
If renaming the User Profile didn't fix anything then it's probably
worth renaming it back to regain your old settings.
So i'm kinda 3 for 3 there, apart from having given a useful link.
Apols and regards from
On 6 December 2013 19:21, Peter Langfelder <email@example.com> wrote:
thanks for the reply, why not send it to the whole list?
On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 7:29 AM, Tom Davies <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
You could try running LibreOffice from the command-line to see if that
gives you more output after it crashes. This page probably covers
that and other options for getting more info out of your machine.
I was running it from command line. I get Exit 135 as the only output.
Following the instructions on the wiki page, I generated a backtrace
and submitted a new bug report.
It might be some interaction between the Extensions and dependancies
so it might be a good idea to try renaming your User Profile to see if
that clears it.
Renaming the profile did not help. To the best of my knowlegde I
didn't install any non-default extensions.
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