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Re: Sleep & GLX problems on iBook

On Don, 2003-05-08 at 04:43, Ian Wienand wrote: 
> I have an iBook 2.2 with a radeon m6, running the rsync benh kernel
> and the drm trunk xfree stuff.

What versions of drm-trunk-module-`uname -r`, xserver-xfree86-dri-trunk
and xlibmesa-gl1-dri-trunk have you installed, and what's the version of
the kernel?

> The first problem is when i try to put it to sleep it crashes with : 
> vector: 400 at pc = 7c0004ac, lr = c0006c60
> msr = 40001032, sp = cd50fdc0 [ce50fd10]
> current = cd500e000, pid = 276, comm = pbbuttonsd
> i read somewhere that booting with sysmap=<path to system.map> should
> give me symbols in that output, but it doesn't seem to.  it was also
> said pressing 't' should get me a backtrace, that didn't work either.
> manually corrleating the lr value to system.map i think it's pointing
> into disable_irq_nosync.  can anyone suggest how else to debug this?
> my other problem is when i enable DRI, any application that uses glx
> makes the system go hayware.  E.g. i run glxgears and X appears to
> lock up (no mouse cursor, etc), but I ssh in and can see the process
> running at 100%.  I kill it, and Xfree86 takes over running at 100%
> and can not be killed (despite repeated kill -9 attempts).  I comment
> out the DRI module in X and it then works fine again.  I also thought
> this might be an AGP problem, but it happens with the agp module
> loaded or unloaded.

All in all, this smells like a kernel problem to me, but the versions of
all the components you're using would still be interesting.

Earthling Michel Dänzer   \  Debian (powerpc), XFree86 and DRI developer
Software libre enthusiast  \     http://svcs.affero.net/rm.php?r=daenzer

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