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Bug#115901: marked as done (xlibmesa3: [radeon_dri] "kernel: [drm:radeon_freelist_get] *ERROR* returning NULL!" and crashes X server)

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Subject: xscreensaver-gl: starwars crashes X, only workaround is a hard reset
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Package: xscreensaver-gl
Version: 3.33-3
Severity: important


The starwars screensaver seriously crashes X on my system. It's an Athlon
Thunderbird 1.4Ghz, on an AMD chipset (I don't have the exact details of
the motherboard, as I didn't buy it), with an ATI Radeon VE w/ 32M DDR

Accelerated X has only recently been available for this video card. The
starwars screensaver gets to the point where patching kernels is
explained. Killing the xscreensaver process is ineffective; killing the
user is ineffective; killing the display manager adversely affects the
framebuffer, rendering any further interactive use impossible.

The only information that I can find, that is of interest, is in kern.log:

Oct 16 14:48:43 protein kernel: [drm:radeon_freelist_get] *ERROR* returning NULL!
Oct 16 14:49:44 protein last message repeated 749 times
Oct 16 14:50:45 protein last message repeated 759 times
Oct 16 14:51:46 protein last message repeated 656 times
Oct 16 14:52:47 protein last message repeated 675 times
Oct 16 14:53:48 protein last message repeated 666 times
Oct 16 14:54:49 protein last message repeated 759 times
Oct 16 14:55:50 protein last message repeated 758 times
Oct 16 14:56:51 protein last message repeated 760 times
Oct 16 14:57:52 protein last message repeated 755 times
Oct 16 14:58:43 protein last message repeated 634 times

I'd reboot, and put up with this behaviour, but my boss runs 30-40 hour
analyses on my desktop, so rebooting would piss him off greatly.



-- System Information
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux protein 2.4.10-ext3 #1 Thu Sep 27 14:36:16 EST 2001 i686

Versions of packages xscreensaver-gl depends on:
ii  libc6                         2.2.4-3    GNU C Library: Shared libraries an
ii  xlibmesa3 [libgl1]            4.1.0-7    XFree86 version of Mesa 3D graphic
ii  xlibs                         4.1.0-7    X Window System client libraries

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Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2004 07:42:35 -0800
From: Daniel Stone <daniels@debian.org>
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I can't reproduce it, and anyone is welcome to reopen this bug if they

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