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Default Gnumeric crashes under NetBSD evbarm

For me a big problem: Since 9.3 my NeBSD evbarm on my RaspberryPi's 4B crashes, as soon I open a .gnumeric file or enter any data into a cell. The crash produces a gnumeric.core file with size 0, there is no message in Xorg.o.log neither in messages.

This behaviour is 1005% reproducable and it happens always. However I remember older version, which ran properly. No problems under OpenBSD or FreebSD.

Any idea what going wrong here?

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You should get some information by starting gnumeric from a terminal. Good chance there will be trailing error messages.

There have also been 2 recent updates:
https://pkgsrc.se/math/gnumeric112


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2024-04-07 09:35:33 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1138)
Log message:
*: bump for cairo buildlink3.mk change

lzo was made an option
2024-04-06 10:07:18 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1490)
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* recursive bump for libxkbcommon 1.7.0

Marc Baudoin reported problems with using old binary packages
with the new libkxbcommon, so force everything to 1.7.0
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Thanks Scott.
The only message I get when starting gnumeric from a terminal is "Illegal memory access" bevor gnumeric dies. Thats all.

Unfortunately the current libxkbcommon in pkgsrc/arm64 is 1.6. Looks like I have to wait for 1.7.0. Pkgscr/amd64 already uses 1.7.0.

I fear there is nothing I can do, as I am not a programmer.

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Just noticed you are on evbppc, I update my notes to that

I wonder if you have a mix of different versions in pkgsrc.

What is in file /usr/pkg/etc/pkgin/repositories.conf ? I have this:
Code:
https://cdn.netbsd.org/pub/pkgsrc/packages/NetBSD/$arch/10.0_2024Q1/All
You can try this, but I cannot guarantee it will work. My thinking is you need to update pkgsrc to a newer versions. Seems the latest pkgsrc is 2023/Q4. So maybe you need to wait ? Anyway:

Stop any pkgsrc specific daemons in /etc/rc.conf.

Update file /usr/pkg/etc/pkgin/repositories.conf to match your release maybe you want:
Code:
https://cdn.netbsd.org/pub/pkgsrc/packages/NetBSD/$arch/9.0_2023Q4/All
Then as root do:

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# pkgin update
# pkgin upgrade

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