On Saturday 03 January 2009 21:18:58 Marko Vojinovic wrote: > On Saturday 03 January 2009 11:25, Anne Wilson wrote: > > On Saturday 03 January 2009 01:36:01 Rex Dieter wrote: > > > Marko Vojinovic wrote: > > > > Ok, this is a Fujitsu Siemens Esprimo U9200, with Intel graphics, F10 > > > > 64bit, updated last week. KDE desktop, compiz and all, but I believe > > > > it is not related. > > > > > > Interesting, I'd noticed the same thing over the past few days... hmm > > > (Dell Latitude D620 here). > > > > > > In the meantime, I've tried backing down to using > > > kernel-220.127.116.11-134.fc10 (from kernel-18.104.22.168-159.fc10) to see if that > > > makes any difference. > > > > This Mandriva laptop has a variation on that. With Desktop Effects on I > > get random freezes, but I also get times when the mouse can move the > > cursor around, but neither mouse-clicks or keyboard usage is registered. > > This has happened throughout, so I don't think that it's kernel-specific, > > but I do think that it is probably related to what you are both seeing. > > Can you verify the /var/log/Xorg.0.log complaining about infinite loops on > that machine (that is, when a lockup occours, using ssh from another > machine)? > > If yes, then I'd bet it is the same issue, and in that case it is also not > Fedora-specific, but a general problem. > > I kinda have a feeling that this is a problem with the interaction between > X and Intel drivers (the EXA vs XAA thing or whatever), or possibly a bug > in the Intel driver that shows up only in 64bit version. > OK - I've enabled Desktop Effects, but selected only Dim Inactive Windows. I'll see how stable this is. If it's still stable later today I'll add a Switcher to them. I will then try to contact the laptop by ssh if a freeze occurs. I'll report back. Anne
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