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Re: rawhide report: 20080223 changes





2008/2/23, drago01 <drago01 gmail com>:
2008/2/23 David Nielsen <gnomeuser gmail com>:

>
> 2008/2/23, Erik van Pienbroek <erik vanpienbroek nl>:
>
> >
> > Op zaterdag 23-02-2008 om 09:13 uur [tijdzone -0800], schreef darrell
> > pfeifer:
> >
> > > > xorg-x11-server-1.4.99.1-0.23.20080222.fc9
> > >
> > > gdm comes up, but any mouse movement causes X to die (touchpad, radeon
> > > driver). Using startx ended up with white screen of death
> > >
> > > xorg log looks normal
> >
> >
> > I'm also having 'baby eating' behaviour with this rawhide push. With the
> > latest kernel, X starts up, but the screen is malformed (with both the
> > nv and nouveau drivers).
> >
> > When booting with an older kernel (2.6.25-0.40.rc1.git2.fc9) I could get
> > X started up back normal, but as soon as I tried to log in using GDM the
> > session directly crashed.
> >
> > According to dmesg the process pulseaudio had crashed (1), so I tried to
> > manually install the previous pulseaudio package from koji. After this I
> > could start my GNOME session from runlevel 3 with startx, but not from
> > GDM. When I try to log in from GDM I get the error message that the
> > gnome-settings-daemon could not be loaded (or something like that).
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Erik van Pienbroek
> >
> > (1) dmesg reported this line: pulseaudio[3812]: segfault at 7b93 ip
> > 00194aec sp bf982a94 error 6 in liboil-0.3.so.0.1.0[171000+5f000]
>
>
> For me the new xserver is some what less broken, everything seems to work
> except the keyboard is acting mighty funny. I press up arrow and the
> gnome-screenshot application starts up. Capslock seems to be on at all times
> regardless of the setting. Reverting to the xserver prior to inclusion of
> dri2 and input transformations brings back functionality to a normal level.


DRI2 shouldn't do anything unless enabled in xorg.conf.
And we still don't have input transformation ;)
(input hotplugging got added thought)

Hrmm.. then I guess it's bugzilla time. Lemme narrow this down a bit. It is however fairly clear that any version after xorg-x11-server(-common)-1.4.99.1-0.19.20080107.fc9.x86_64 is causing my logitech navigator keyboard to act mighty funny. I love a good treaure hunt.



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