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Bug#384325: Patch for Bug#384325: libqt3-mt: Floating point exception in QPaintDevice::~QPaintDevice

On Thursday 28 September 2006 03:10, Jean Parpaillon wrote:
> Le 28.09.2006 01:06, Christopher Martin a écrit :
> > OK, thanks for the feedback. I can't reproduce that problem here,
> > but then I'm not using fglrx (you are using that?).
> Thank you, that's a big issue for me :-(
> Yes, I'm using fglrx

Deep down, this is a fglrx issue, and it's causing problems in apps 
other than those using Qt. But that doesn't mean I'm not trying to come 
up with a workaround...

I'm assuming that you're using fglrx 8.28.8? There is a new upstream 
release, unfortunately not yet packaged officially for Debian, 8.29.6. 
I don't suppose upgrading to it makes a difference?

> > I've updated the packages at:
> >
> > http://people.debian.org/~chrsmrtn/qt-x11-free-test
> >
> > ... with some minor changes. Sorry to be a pain, but could you
> > please test them again?
> Ok, I've updated and... it's worse. Smaller.
> Sorry, I can't help more than testing.

I appreciate you taking the time to test the packages. This baffles me - 
a DPI of 75 (the fallback) should not cause tiny fonts, it's a 
perfectly reasonable DPI. There must be another aspect of the problem 
I'm overlooking.

If you run 'xdpyinfo | grep -A1 dimen' from a xterm, what results do you 
get? Be sure not to be running any Qt apps at the time.

> Note, you forgot to upload the Packages.gz file.

Fixed now, thanks.

Christopher Martin

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