Local LO build on Raspberry pi 4b doesn't launch

Stephan Bergmann sbergman at redhat.com
Mon Feb 15 09:21:36 UTC 2021

On 14/02/2021 17:08, julien2412 wrote:
> I tried to build master sources on Raspberry pi 4b and finally succeeded
> (after several patches).
> I used this autogen.input:
> CC=clang
> CXX=clang++
> --enable-compiler-plugins
> --enable-ext-nlpsolver
> --enable-ext-ct2n
> --enable-ext-numbertext
> --enable-ext-wiki-publisher
> --enable-dbus
> --enable-online-update
> --enable-werror
> --enable-dependency-tracking
> --enable-python=fully-internal
> --without-system-mariadb
> --enable-bundle-mariadb
> --enable-symbols
> --enable-avahi
> --enable-eot
> --enable-odk
> --with-lang=en-US fr
> --with-myspell-dicts
> The pb is I can't launch it, I got:
> pi at raspberrypi:~/lo/libreoffice/instdir/program $ ./soffice --safe-mode
> Application Error
> I attached a bt here:
> bt.txt
> <http://document-foundation-mail-archive.969070.n3.nabble.com/file/t230433/bt.txt>
> I hesitated to submit a bugtracker because it's building related. But of
> course, no pb to submit one.
> Any thoughts?

Looks like there's some issue with running the Python interpreter 
in-process.  And you apparently have some extension using old-style, 
active registration of a Python component, which triggers the issue when 
starting soffice.  If you do not want to debug the issue with the Python 
interpreter, I would suggest you make sure you do not have any 
extensions involving Python (likely one of your --enable-ext-* 
configuration options).

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