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From Raphael Bircher <>
Subject Re: Easy Crashing with 3.4.1 RC2
Date Thu, 23 Aug 2012 08:34:04 GMT
Am 23.08.12 10:21, schrieb imacat:
> On 2012/08/23 16:06, Rory O'Farrell said:
>> On Thu, 23 Aug 2012 15:49:15 +0800
>> imacat <> wrote:
>>> On 2012/8/23 03:20pm, Rory O'Farrell said:
>>>> On Thu, 23 Aug 2012 09:00:52 +0200
>>>> Raphael Bircher <> wrote:
>>>>> Hi
>>>>> Is this a random crash that you add no more informations. I tested it
>>>>> mac without any problem.
>>>>> Greetings Raphael
>>>>> Am 23.08.12 08:57, schrieb imacat:
>>>>>> Dear all,
>>>>>>     I've been using 3.4.1 since last Friday.  It became very easy
>>>>>> crash.  I'm not sure if this is a local problem or not.  Has anyone
>>>>>> experience the same issue with me?
>>>>>>     I'm still diagnotise.  I hope this is only a local problem.
>>>> Have you tried the usual first course with OpenOffice, namely renaming your
User Profile, or logging on as a different User, so as to iuse a default profile?
>>>     Hmm...  This worth a try.  I was not reminded of it.  I shall come
>>> back later.
>>>     My OSs are Windows 7, Debian Squeeze, Fedora 17, openSUSE 12.1, etc.
>>>> Also, please let us know your Operating System.
>> I have 3.4.1 running on Ubuntu 11.10.  My use is mainly for text editing, but I have
done very little of that in the past few days; I have had no crashes.
>> Personal experience and reports on the User Forum indicate that the default startup
User Profile can sometimes be corrupt, even on "clean" (i.e, no previous OO) installs.  We
on the Forum know that a very large proportion of OpenOffice problems can be cured by using
a new User Profile.  In the case of an advanced user, with much customisation in the profile,
it is possible to rename the old profile and later bring forward components individually to
the new profile until the bad component is isolated.  Life is not long enough for this, in
my opinion!
>     Sorry for being stupid.  It works after renaming the user profile on
> Debian.  Sorry that I was not reminded of this solution.
>     There may be another issue for us to make OpenOffice more resistnce
> to corrupted profiles.  But that's another problem.
>     I shall test my other OSs now.
The big question is, why you have the same problem at souveral different
system at the same time. This can't be a random for my point of view.
Let's investegate a bit more time in this problem. I feel realy not
comfortable with such a situation. :-(

Greetings Raphael

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