abrt 1.1.1 detected a crash.
Attached file: backtrace
cmdline: /usr/lib/openoffice.org3/program/swriter.bin -writer
reason: Process /usr/lib/openoffice.org3/program/swriter.bin was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
release: Fedora release 13 (Goddard)
The find dialog's header bar is only visible for a short time and then OOWriter crashes.
This is a new Fedora 13 notebook.
How to reproduce
1. start open office writer (with no document)
2. press ctrl-f (to open "find and replace" dialogue)
Created attachment 429663 [details]
To be more precise: "This is a new Fedora 13 notebook."
Old hardware new F13 set-up.
Evidently related to configuration. Is it reproducible? If yes, then move your ~/.openoffice.org away and try again. If it doesn't crash now, we'd like to see the original configuration.
Created attachment 429689 [details]
.openoffice.org as tar gz after a fresh install of OO, plus plugins
the attachement contains the config folder as created "by yum".
the crash was reproduceable all the time, even worse e.g. calc crashes right after the splash window.
removing the folder did resolve the issues.
however I noticed, that the permissions of the .openoffice.org folder where:
drwx r-x r-x owned by root:root.
where the "test user" is in the root group, but not root.
You clearly ran OOo as root, but with your test users home dir set as HOME. Don't do that. rm -rf it, or chown -R test:test .openoffice.org back to what it should be.
thanks a lot. :)
Its is strange, but apparently I have started openoffice for the first time using "sudo ooffice" where $HOME is set to the test user's HOME but root:root is used for creating the .openoffice.org folder .