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[libreoffice-users] more errors, libreoffice on amd64 debian, starts now but immediately aborts.

I was on here earlier, as you may recall, with difficulties getting
libreoffice to run on amd64 debian/lenny.
Libreoffice was looking for libcairo.so.2 in
/opt/libreoffice/basis3.3/program, instead of /usr/lib, where it was.
So I copied the lib to where it was looking, and i got it work...I got
soffice to open.

Oddly, since the first time, every time I try to start swriter, I get
messages saying that libreoffice is already open
and my personal preferences are locked, or something.
I logged out and back in (couldn' t find any instance of any
libreoffice program, soffice, swriter, etc. in top)
and tried to start soffice from the command line.
I started, then dumped immediately.
This is the error it gave:

** ERROR:(../../../../../../../src/libjava/classpath/native/jni/gtk-peer/gnu_java_awt_peer_gtk_GtkToolkit.c:103):cp_gtk_gdk_env:
assertion failed: ((*java_vm)->GetEnv(java_vm, &tmp.void_env,
/opt/libreoffice/program/soffice: line 167: 3191 Aborted
"$sd_prog/$sd_binary" "$@"

I noted that line 167 of soffice simply says
wait $!

That didn' t suggest to me any resolution, however.
I know nothing of java.

The only difference from when I opened it earlier and it didn' t abort
and now is
that, then I was using xfce and now I am using openbox.
I suppose I could go back to xfce and see if I can reproduce the current error.
My preference for a wm is openbox, however, so, I'm going to want to
resolve this
either way.

thanks in advance for your assistance.



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