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Description of problem:
Using 6.8.2-37.FC4.49.2 on an i180 the system hangs trying to exit X / shutdown.
Hangs with a big blue screen and IO lockup.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.start FC4 runlevel 5
2.try to exit
Actual Results: Hangs with a big blue screen and IO lockup.
Expected Results: exit / shutdown
Tried original xorg version - same result
checked perms for dri
tried every combination of using / not using drm
Cannot shut the machine down.
Went back to FC3 and everything works.
Attach your FC4 X server log and config file using the link below.
Sorry, didn't dave the xorg log fom FC4 as I installed FC3
The FC4 config file and log from the problematic installation are required
in order to diagnose the problem. Once we have that information, we can
begin to troubleshoot the problem, however we may also need you to test
some things and provide feedback. In order to do that however, you'll need
to have FC4 installed during the diagnosis phase.
If you are unable to provide this information, or to keep FC4 installed,
please update the report to let us know.
Created attachment 123868 [details]
test 1 logs
Created attachment 123869 [details]
test 2 logs
Created attachment 123870 [details]
test 3 logs
Created attachment 123871 [details]
test 4 logs
Created attachment 123872 [details]
Created attachment 123874 [details]
yum update log
I put a HD in the nachine to generate the above tests. A fresh install of FC4
did not present the same behavior as an upgrade from FC3.
test 1 and test 2
fc4 2.6.11-1.1369 xorg-6.8.2-31-nodrm.tar.gz no drm and with drm respectively.
Machine started and shut down but with a blank screen during shutdown and no
keyboard control - but it did shut down
test 3 and test 4
fc4 2.6.14-1.1656 xorg-6.8.2-37.FC4.49.2 no drm and with drm respectively.
Machine started and shut down without a problem
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