Display corruption on 1.8.0/Mesa 7.8
martyj19 at comcast.net
Sun Apr 4 17:53:46 PDT 2010
Yes, I am seeing it under Compiz. I can try without. I should have mentioned xf86-video-intel 2.11.0. Didn't think of the CM as a variable to be considered, thanks for the idea.
Server 1.8 demands 7.8 in the configure checks. I assumed it had a good reason.
I see nothing at all wrong under 1.7.6/7.7, which I was running until 1.8 came out, unlike the other poster who has issues on his G45.
On 04/04/2010 07:54 PM, drago01 wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 4, 2010 at 2:44 AM, Marty Jack <martyj19 at comcast.net> wrote:
>> I'm having a nasty amount of corruption on DG965WH, Linux 188.8.131.52, xorg-server 1.8.0, Mesa 7.8, libdrm 2.4.20. The same with 1.7.6 and 7.7 works fine. All built from release tarballs and unmodified (except a two-line backport of symbols KMS_BO_TYPE_CURSOR_64X64_A8R8G8B8 and KMS_BO_TYPE_SCANOUT_X8R8G8B8 to get 7.7 to compile against 2.4.19/20).
>> Most things are okay. I am experiencing a lot of corruption on vertical scrolling; some rectangular areas of the display don't redraw. This is particularly ugly when editing a source file, because I am never sure where I am clicking or selecting. It is most noticeable on a small scroll such as you get with the scroll wheel. I see it also when scrolling a web page in a browser. It tends to be reproducible if you scroll down and then up one scroll wheel click. If I bring up a .jpg in the browser, I get some rectangular areas where the image is white. If I then do a "back" and "forward" to get it redrawn, it is completely drawn. I know this is not the best description, but I am looking for guidance on where to look first.
>> I have had to revert this to 1.7.6/7.7 in order to keep working, but if anyone has an idea which component it is, I could do some bisecting; unless someone has an aha! moment and can solve it just from the description.
> Are you using a CM ?
> This looks like https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=573366 ...
> in that case does the combination of xserver 1.8 + mesa 7.7 work for
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