Avivo (r500) driver status
j.glisse at gmail.com
Tue Jun 26 10:02:39 PDT 2007
On 6/26/07, Nathanael D. Noblet <nathanael at gnat.ca> wrote:
> Jerome Glisse wrote:
> > Can you please provide a radeondump while avivo is running.
> > git clone git://people.freedesktop.org/~glisse/radeondump
> So, a little bit further I guess. Just to preface this run with what has
> I downgraded to xorg 7.2 on F7 so I could run fglrx in big
> desktop/spanning mode, as running with one screen in vesa was
> irritating. So fglrx was running previous to my testing. I've included a
> radeondump of the fglrx in this setup (xinerama true, clone off, aiglx
> off etc). 'fglrx-071C6-0'
> I upgraded back to 1.3/7.3 or whatever it is versioned now. And started
> the avivo run. There was no second screen at all. It was black/blank. I
> have the radeon dump from that as 'avivo-071C6-1'.
> Adding the second monitor/screen information, and setting xinerama to
> true gets me a segfault. I've included the xorg log from that crash.
> Without Xinerama I only get one monitor...
> http://www.gnat.ca/avivo-0x71C6-0 (original)
> http://www.gnat.ca/avivo-0x71C6-1 (newest but only one screen now)
> http://www.gnat.ca/fglrx-0x71C6-0 (fglrx with older xorg)
> http://www.gnat.ca/Xorg.0.log.old (log output with one screen)
> http://www.gnat.ca/xorg-avivo-crash.log (log output when crashing)
> In all cases the system was still accesible via ssh but when it crashed
> I couldn't ctrl-alt-fX to a console or anything, logging via ssh and
> running xorg with vesa fixed it for the next tests...
> Anything else?
Do you have display size option in the config file ? If so remove it
and it should not crash otherwise please run Xorg throught gdb
which will give a better backtrace (do this remotely from ssh and
use debug xorg package which fedora should have).
More information about the xorg