Hello Jon: Thanks for you answers again. I think we are closing to the cause of this bug. At first view it looks like a Xorg DRI or GLX component bug, maybe already solved in recent versions, but just to make sure we need some more info. Could you please upgrade/install the following packages to testing or unstable: · xserver-xorg-core · libgl1-mesa-glx · libgl1-mesa-dri · xserver-xorg-video-intel · libgl1-mesa-dri-dbg · libdrm2-dbg Once you have all these, please, try to reproduce the problem. If you get to reproduce it, it's quite likely that some crash dialogue appear and there you could get a fresh backtrace. We will need that one. Thanks a lot. -- Raúl Sánchez Siles ----->Proud Debian user<----- Linux registered user #416098
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