Major stability issues with xf86-video-intel 2.2.0 when using Xv
Sergio Monteiro Basto
sergio at sergiomb.no-ip.org
Wed Dec 19 18:40:46 PST 2007
On Thu, 2007-12-20 at 10:10 +1100, Drew Parsons wrote:
> > > Do you mean the rendering fix in intel, commit
> > > 13ec9c8141a9f794258869a04a6bab59dac5eefa ?
> > Yeah, that's the one.
> I cherry-picked this commit, but it didn't help. Same result with the
> half-painted windows after resume.
> So I then tried Option "AccelMethod" "XAA". With XAA, upon resume I
> the ghosted windows, reported at bug #7834.
> I thought this must mean we had a clear regression in intel 2.2, since
> reported the ghosting problem had been fixed in 2.1. But I checked,
> distressingly that problem is back again, even after downgrading back
> intel 2.1.1 and linux 2.6.22. I didn't downgrade mesa or xserver,
> are now slightly higher versions than on 6 Nov when I had S3 success.
> I'm not sure which phase of the moon my computer was running under
> one day when S3 resume worked. I guess we'll have to reopen bug #7834
> again :(
> Sorry for the bad news,
Hey , I ( talk by me ) , or you use xserver 1.4 branch, with mesa 7_0
branch , and libdrm 2.3.0 released with kernel>= 2.6.22 ( or 21)
which means xserver 188.8.131.52 and mesa 7.0.2 , or we can't talk about
Intel drives issues , but Xorg issues.
Using Xserver git => using Mesa git which => using libdrm git which =>
update drm kernel modules
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