[ANNOUNCE] xf86-video-intel 2.7.1
Benjamin M. Schwartz
bmschwar at fas.harvard.edu
Tue May 19 13:10:18 PDT 2009
Carl Worth wrote:
> On Wed, 2009-05-13 at 00:12 -0400, Benjamin M. Schwartz wrote:
>> Carl Worth wrote:
>>> * Fix crash with XV with large virtual display (> 2049). [Albert
>>> Damen <albrt at gmx.net>]
>> It's not what I would call "fixed". With 2.6.*, XV with large virtual
>> display would crash the server. With 2.7.1, it just gives "BadAlloc"
>> errors and shows nothing.
>> That's still pretty far from the 2.3.* behavior, where it Actually Worked.
> Hi Ben,
> I'm sorry to hear you're still running into a problem here, but I do
> appreciate you bringing it to our attention. What hardware are you
> using, (915 or 945 perhaps?).
It's a 945-series (Thinkpad x60).
> And is it possible that when it worked
> with 2.3 it was using the video overlay and that now it's attempting to
> use textured video? If something like that is happening, perhaps you
> could get it to work with the video overlay now.
I find this very unlikely. I just reproduced two ways, using mplayer and
gstreamer's gst-launch. In both cases, forcing them to use xvideo
(overlay) results in errors like
X11 error: BadAlloc (insufficient resources for operation)
Textured video, in the form of "mplayer -vo gl", works fine, but of course
is slower than realtime due to the lack of DRI.
> Anyway, I'd love to see more details from you on what this bug is and
> how to reproduce it. Feel free to follow up here, (or even better, point
> to a bugs.freedesktop.org entry with the details).
which was marked as a duplicate of
I'm never sure where to start discussion when the relevant tickets have
been closed. I would be more than happy to assist in further debugging.
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