Description of problem:
- on enlightenment-0.20.9, keyboard is frozen. I have to wait few seconds (about 12 seconds) for displaying what I type.
- Clock (seconds) is frozen, then, suddenly restart, then stop again
- these two problems disappear when moving mouse cursor
- these two problems disappear when changing the conf software -> opengl
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
The bug appears when choosing "software", not "opengl"
Steps to Reproduce:
1. start enlightenment with fresh install
2. menu -> composite -> software (default install)
3. clock (seconds) doesn't work, except when moving mouse cursor
4. launch a terminal (terminology or xfce4-terminal), enter text
5. text is displayed after 10 or 15 seconds
6. if I move mouse cursor, text is displayed immediately
Enlightenment works only using opengl conf, not software conf
I got same problem with compiled efl-18 and enlightenment-21.2 on fedora-24
Bug report is here
I forgot hardware
Asus X751 laptop
intel HD Graphics 5500
I got same problem with Lxde and Openbox
No problem with Xfce4, Blackbox, Icewm and Cinnamon...
I feel like this isn't an enlightenment bug if you can reproduce it on several distinct desktop environments. Maybe somewhere in the X11 layer? *shrug*
I report this bug as x11 bug here
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