[Intel-gfx] Xorg crashes with fresh 2.6.29
david at lesamiel.fr
Mon Apr 6 10:49:42 CEST 2009
actually a geexbox dev has found a workaround to make Xorg starts with an
intel graphic card.
By disabling GEM Xorg starts (with somme issues though). To do this we
have to set dev_priv->has_gem = 0 in
By the way it's a big improvment for instant.
Le Mer 25 mars 2009 21:57, David Amiel a écrit :
> Le Mer 25 mars 2009 20:03, Martin Olsson a écrit :
>> What chipsets do you guys have? Attach output of "lspci -nn | grep VGA".
> I've got a G45
>> And when the crash happens, is anything printed into "dmesg" or xorg.log
> - a kernel oops is generated dmesg error part :
> - no error in Xorg.log, here it's for info if needed :
>> In some cases it might also be useful to capture a stacktrace from the
>> X server (even though its quite common that the chip is just hung and
>> the server is just waiting for some ioctl() that will never return).
>> Claudio M. Camacho wrote:
>>> I just saw an update to libmesa and libdrm in Debian and I tried again,
>>> with no luck. The new packages are mesa-7.4-rc1 and libdrm2-2.4.5.
>>> Still Xorg crashes at the point where KDM is started. So I guess I am
>>> stuck to the 2.6.29-rc8 for now.
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