This a good question that I would like to hear the answer to also.
In the meantime, I suggest that sometimes valuable troubleshooting
information can be had from the program itself, but it must be started
from an XTerm console to read it. In the past, I have discovered file
read errors and library problems using this method. Another possibility
is to create a script which opens LibreOffice, but redirects console
output to a file. Sometimes that works. However, if the program crashes,
that may not work either.
Good luck, and I hope someone responds with the answer to your question.
On 7/21/22 11:18 PM, jindam, vani wrote:
i downloaded "Test file produced by EK RTF attached." and renamed "=_UTF-8_Q_test=2Ertf_=.bin" to
"91074.rtf" from bug #91074. for some reason file extension is .bin. all other file extensions are downloading
correctly. i tried to open in lo writer and it terminated my vnc session. i am running debian sid on userland app (android). so,
is there any way to capture some kind of logs. in my present setup its impossible to use gdb, strace, valgrind, etc..
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