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On 6/27/2014 8:21 PM, NoOp wrote:
On 6/25/2014 8:01 PM, NoOp wrote:
On 06/25/2014 07:41 PM, NoOp wrote:
Each time that I've tested the non-distro version (which I normally run
instead of the distro version)

o I do not have any LO distro version installed (purged, including
config files

o I have purged any other previous LO

o I also have tested the same file on Windows versions of LO (4.1 and
4.2) & do not experience the crash.

o I was previously able to open the same file using older versions of LO
(linux/deb), but can't recall which version as it has been some time
since I tried the file.

o I have not (yet) tested rpm packages (Fedora etc) to see if I get the
same results.

I've finally tested using RPM files in openSUSE and Fedora 20 - same
issue. Yet the distro versions (both GNOME and KDE) for those (installed
after the LO versions) work just fine. So, in summary the files open w/o
issue on all linux distro versions I've tested (Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora,
openSUSE), and Windows (XP and Win7).

I'll try to find a file that does not contain any personal information
to use for a bug report. Of if  Brennan/Fridrich/Valek are reading,
contact me directly and I'll be happy to send you the failing files
directly. Anyone know where the test .pub files are? I could not find
any on git.

Bug filed:
(LibreOffice (non-distro versions) crash when attempting to open
Microsoft Publisher files)
With attached test files.

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