after today's upgrade of go-openoffice OO Writer stopped working. On startup main screen with an empty document blinks for a second, then it crashes without GUI error message. Calc, Impress and Base still work normally so far. Console output:
$ oowriter X-Error: BadMatch (invalid parameter attributes) Major opcode: 59 (X_SetClipRectangles) Resource ID: 0x3a00119 Serial No: 2200 (2200) These errors are reported asynchronously, set environment variable SAL_SYNCHRONIZE to 1 to help debugging
Interesting... It works fine for me. Do you have more information about the crash?
Works for me too. Side note, the load time is really fast now.
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Hm, I've upgraded from version 184.108.40.206-2 using [extra] repository. Asides from that no openoffice packages installed, also no [testing] packages installed. Crash is happening both on clear start and while opening a document from file manager. I tried to reboot :-) but it made no difference.
Will try to take package from official repository, but the speed is slower than 50 KB/s.
Just tried version from ftp.archlinux.org (remove previous with -Rd and install new with -U), but still with the same result. Looks like it may be problem with Xorg packages. Although I've fully upgraded from official + AUR. It would be nice, if you could compare list of xorg packages with mine:
$ yaourt -Qs xorg ==> Query installed packages extra/xf86-input-evdev 2.3.2-1 (xorg-input-drivers) X.org evdev input driver local/xf86-input-synaptics-git 20100422-1 (xorg-input-drivers) Synaptics driver for notebook touchpads extra/xf86-video-fbdev 0.4.1-2 (xorg-video-drivers) X.org framebuffer video driver local/xf86-video-intel-newest 2.11.0-2 (xorg-video-drivers) X.org Intel i810/i830/i915/945G/G965+ video drivers! extra/xf86-video-vesa 2.3.0-1 (xorg xorg-video-drivers) X.org vesa video driver extra/xorg-apps 7.5-3 Various X.Org applications extra/xorg-docs 1.5-1 (xorg) X.org documentations extra/xorg-font-utils 7.5-2 X.Org font utilities extra/xorg-fonts-100dpi 1.0.1-3 (xorg) X.org 100dpi fonts extra/xorg-fonts-75dpi 1.0.1-3 (xorg) X.org 75dpi fonts extra/xorg-fonts-alias 1.0.2-1 X.org font alias files extra/xorg-fonts-encodings 1.0.3-1 X.org font encoding files extra/xorg-fonts-misc 1.0.1-1 X.org misc fonts extra/xorg-res-utils 1.0.3-3 (xorg) X.Org X11 resource utilities extra/xorg-server 1.7.6-3 (xorg) X.Org X servers extra/xorg-server-utils 7.5-4 (xorg) X.Org utilities required by xorg-server extra/xorg-twm 1.0.4-3 (xorg) Tab Window Manager for the X Window System extra/xorg-util-macros 1.8.0-1 X.Org Autotools macros extra/xorg-utils 7.6-2 (xorg) Collection of client utilities used to query the X server extra/xorg-xauth 1.0.4-1 X.Org authorization settings program extra/xorg-xinit 1.2.1-1 (xorg) X.Org initialisation program extra/xorg-xkb-utils 7.5-2 X.org keyboard utilities extra/xterm 258-2 (xorg) X Terminal Emulator
P.S. Forgot to tell that my system is x86_64, desktop environment KDE 4.4.4.
Last edited by Kosmonavt (2010-06-08 20:46:19)
Seems to work fine here.
It is reproduced when a Qt-bundled widget style is selected from System Settings, like Plastique, Cleanlooks or Phase. When you select Oxygen or another KDE-based style, writer is working fine.
Thank you for an idea, gkcn! Also reproduced here: here only with Oxygen and QtCurve styles working (before Cleanlooks was set here). Looks like it's time to write a bug report.
And question - where is it better to post it? In Archlinux tracker or directly in OpenOffice.org's one?