[ANNOUNCE] xf86-video-intel 2.4.0
jbarnes at virtuousgeek.org
Thu Aug 28 12:10:20 PDT 2008
Yeah, Julien just reported a similar problem (after seeing the problem fixed
in fact). Guess I'll have to try to reproduce it again; is there a bug
On Thursday, August 28, 2008 11:49 am Colin Guthrie wrote:
> Any further ideas on this problem?
> It's still an issue with the 2.4.2 driver with and without your patch
> I can provide any info you need but I'm getting a lot of complaints from
> Mandriva users about this so some thoughts on the problem would be
> appreciated (as would a fix :p)
> Colin Guthrie wrote:
> > Colin Guthrie wrote:
> >> Jesse Barnes wrote:
> >>> I wonder if you guys are hitting the pipe stealing code... If so, this
> >>> patch may help, care to give it a try?
> >> Compiling it up now. Will try and get some feedback shortly (depends
> >> when I can log out!)
> > Sorry to report that it doesn't make any odds for me. I'm using 2.4 with
> > your previous and this patch applied.
> > If git master is recommended I can try that one.
> > For completeness, I had good success with the original instruction of
> > reverting the problem commit 37848925c4557385f154443ffbb917a8203506f8 if
> > that in some way aids your debugging.
> > My typical tests are to click on a link in thunderbird to open firefox.
> > Another easy way is to trigger a libnotify popup.
> > As noted earlier it's GTK apps only that do this and I appreciate there
> > are limitations in the randr API in this respect. I'm sure it's solvable
> > somehow for clever folks like your good selves :D
Jesse Barnes, Intel Open Source Technology Center
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