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On Wed, 12 Oct 2011 23:05:46 +0200 Julien Cristau wrote:

> At the very least, provide output of glxinfo, dmesg, X log, and a clear
> description of the problem.

A clear description of the problem is in
The only thing that has changed in the meanwhile is that, after
installing mayavi2, you have to uncompress the data file:

  $ zcat /usr/share/doc/mayavi2/examples/mayavi/data/heart.vtk.gz > /tmp/heart.vtk
  $ mayavi2 -d /tmp/heart.vtk

The PDF file I obtain is slow to visualize and, above all, has parts of
the surface incorrectly painted black (rather than green).

Mathieu Malaterre performed the test on his system and obtained a
correct PDF file (with no black parts): see

Since I still see the issue:
and we found out that we use different video hardware, we thought that
the issue could be in the xserver-xorg-video-intel package.

I am attaching the output of glxinfo, dmesg, and the X log, in gzipped
form to save network and BTS resources...

> Also from the bug log this sounded like a GL issue, in which case
> xserver-xorg-video-intel is not involved.

Please help me in finding the right package this bug report should be
reassigned to...

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