r300 DRI locks up...
wil.reichert at gmail.com
Thu Jun 29 06:51:15 PDT 2006
Looks like you are only using the xf86-video-ati 6.5.7. 6.6.1 is
masked in unstable at the moment, and the xgl-coffee overlay follows
cvs with regular snapshots. Might be easier to try those first.
On 6/29/06, Hamish Marson <hamish at travellingkiwi.com> wrote:
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> Dave Airlie wrote:
> >> I have a dual screen radeon M10, head 1 (DVI) on a Phillips 200W.
> >> Heade 2 on a small noname 1014x768 analog LCD.
> >> Running without DRI it all works, except with Google Earth... For
> >> that I need hardware acceleration.
> >> So I enable DRI. Make sure drm & radeon modules are loaded, and
> >> start X. At which point I kiss goodbye my machine as it's power
> >> off time (No keyboard & dark screen). Reset button is no good, it
> >> needs a poweroff... (The PC is still running of course, I can ssh
> >> into it no problem).
> >> I'm not sure it's the same as other radeon problems posted...
> >> It's a single card, and it locks up before starting properly...
> >> One thing I notice is that the AGP base is off by 5 bytes
> >> difference, and a few memory regions are different with no DRI...
> >> Not sure if that's significant...
> >> Hopefully someone can tell me what it's doing wrong...
> >> I'll attach the xorg.conf, ^ the logs from hanging & non-hanging
> >> sessions. The only difference with the config is commenting out
> >> the DRI loading...
> > Can you try with the latest CVS ATI driver?
> I was afraid someone would say that... I'll de-install Gentoo's X and
> try it. I know where to get it from... (Sadly gentoo has moved X from
> /usr/X11R6 [or 7 I guess :] to /usr... Makes it a pain to swap back &
> forth, it used to be so easy to move symlinks...
> I'll give it a go tonight & seehow it goes...I take it it does sound
> like something that would be affected by the recent memory updates to
> the radeon stuff?
> > Dave.
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