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To be sure I made a reinstallation of debian 9 one more time and the result is the same. apt-get check libreoffice did not find any problems in dependencies

harri@debian-p5:~$ sudo apt-get check libreoffice [sudo] password for harri: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done harri@debian-p5:~$

To be sure I made a reinstallation of debian 9 one more time and the result is the same. apt-get check libreoffice did not find any problems in dependencies

harri@debian-p5:~$ sudo apt-get check libreoffice [sudo] password for harri: libreoffice Reading package lists... Done Done Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done harri@debian-p5:~$ Done harri@debian-p5:~$

To be sure I made a reinstallation of debian 9 one more time and the result is the same. apt-get check libreoffice

dpkg --status libreoffice

did not find any problems in dependencies

harri@debian-p5:~$ sudo apt-get check libreoffice Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done harri@debian-p5:~$

To be sure I made a reinstallation of debian 9 one more time and the result is the same.

dpkg --status libreoffice

did not find any problems in dependenciesdependencies.

from /var/log/messages log file I found that kind of a message always when writer fails to start:

Jun 23 14:04:00 debian-p5 gnome-terminal-[3037]: Allocating size to GtkScrollbar 0x814f4210 without calling gtk_widget_get_preferred_width/height(). How does the code know the size to allocate?

maybe this message is related to writer start problem.

To be sure I made a reinstallation of debian 9 one more time and the result is the same.

dpkg --status libreoffice

did not find any problems in dependencies.

from /var/log/messages log file I found that kind of a message always when writer fails to start:

Jun 23 14:04:00 debian-p5 gnome-terminal-[3037]: Allocating size to GtkScrollbar 0x814f4210 without calling gtk_widget_get_preferred_width/height(). How does the code know the size to allocate?

maybe this message is related to writer start problem.

Problem solved when I made a 64bit installation of debian 9.0.0 with gnome desktop!

To be sure I made a reinstallation of debian 9 one more time and the result is the same.

dpkg --status libreoffice

did not find any problems in dependencies.

from /var/log/messages log file I found that kind of a message always when writer fails to start:

Jun 23 14:04:00 debian-p5 gnome-terminal-[3037]: Allocating size to GtkScrollbar 0x814f4210 without calling gtk_widget_get_preferred_width/height(). How does the code know the size to allocate?

maybe this message is related to writer start problem.

solved on 24.06.2017

Problem solved when I made a 64bit installation of debian 9.0.0 with gnome desktop!