xterm: xcb_io.c:454: _XRead: Assertion `dpy->xcb->reply_data != 0' failed.
kernel-hacker at bennee.com
Fri Feb 27 02:40:11 PST 2009
2009/2/24 Dan Nicholson <dbn.lists at gmail.com>:
> On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 11:26 PM, Alex Bennee <kernel-hacker at bennee.com> wrote:
>> The long saga of trying to get a working git xorg continues. I can
>> start the git X with a simple .xinitrc that contains an xterm. However
>> as soon as I press a key xterm dumps core after printing the assert.
> This just happened to me the other day and I was worried about
> debugging X wire protocol. However, it turned out that the problem was
> me creating an empty XKB keymap in my server hacking.
Is a valid one not created through the normal build process? Do I have
to do it manually?
> So, what version
> of the server are you using (if git, what commit)? Can you attach the
10:37 alex at danny/x86_64 [xorg] >bash +x ./status2.sh
1df6716281579e2937743d840ab1079343c503ac xfree86: don't try to UnInit
virtual devices in DIDR. (#20087)
b08e1535cf0716fc917eaa1f5d5f6d1960bf1e3c Release libxcb 1.2
2a26cc9e2785b803c7053b81182a3ca74fe81597 Release xcb-util 0.3.3
08683d1d053875bcacd7c358d66ef2bfad458a56 Bump version to 2.6.1.
Alex, homepage: http://www.bennee.com/~alex/
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