Gdk-ERROR on debian alpha
Does someone has solve the segfault:
Gdk-ERROR **: BadDrawable (invalid Pixmap or Window parameter)
serial 18821 error_code 9 request_code 132 minor_code 1
of certain gnome/gtk applications on debian/sid alpha (Miata au433) ?
This happens for gabber, everybuddy, ...
It seems on the web that many persons have this problem on computer other
than i386. Notice that on my personal PII i386 all is working perfectly.
On my alpha, the version of gtk+, gdk, imlib, are the last one but this bug
is present with the old also. Here is my config:
ii gdk-imlib-dev 1.9.13-1 Header files needed for Gdk-Imlib developmen
ii gdk-imlib1 1.9.13-1 Gdk-Imlib is an imaging library for use with
ii libgdk-pixbuf- 0.16.0-1 The GdkPixBuf library - development files.
ii libgdk-pixbuf- 0.16.0-1 The GNOME GdkPixBuf library - development fi
ii libgdk-pixbuf- 0.16.0-1 The GNOME Canvas pixbuf library
ii libgdk-pixbuf- 0.25-3 Gtk+ and gdkpixbuf interface for scripting l
ii libgdk-pixbuf2 0.16.0-1 The GdkPixBuf library.
ii libgnorbagtk0 184.108.40.206-1 Gnome CORBA services (Gtk bindings)
ii libgtk-ruby 0.25-3 Gtk+ interface for scripting language Ruby
ii libgtk1.2 1.2.10-9 The GIMP Toolkit set of widgets for X
ii libgtk1.2-comm 1.2.10-9 Common files for the GTK+ library
ii libgtk1.2-dev 1.2.10-9 Development files for the GIMP Toolkit
ii libgtkhtml20 1.0.1-2 HTML rendering/editing library - runtime fil
ii libgtkmm1.2 1.2.8-2 C++ wrappers for GTK (shared libraries)
ii libgtkxmhtml1 220.127.116.11-1 The Gnome gtkxmhtml (HTML) widget
ii libobgtk1 1.0.40-3 Objective-C - GTK+ bindings
ii rep-gtk 0.15-3 GTK binding for librep
ii rep-gtk-gnome 0.15-3 GTK binding for librep with gnome support
ii imlib-base 1.9.13-1 Common files needed by the Imlib/Gdk-Imlib p
ii imlib1 1.9.11-3 Imlib is an imaging library for X and X11
ii libimlib2 1.0.4-1 Powerful image loading and rendering library
ii xfree86-common 4.1.0-14 X Window System (XFree86) infrastructure
ii xserver-xfree8 4.1.0-14 the XFree86 X server
I have tried many queries on google to find a solution without success.
Does this bug come from X or from gtk ?
Thanks for your help,