Description of problem:
restarting the x server doesn't work, reboot is necessary
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. login into x session
3. x server crashes
x server crashes
x server restarts und display manager appears
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dmesg at time of crash
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lsmod at time of crash
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/var/log/messages at time of crash
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/proc/dri/*/* at time of crash
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upgraded to fedora 7. when rhgb is active the xserver will still crash after the
first user session. when booting without rhgb everything works fine, so far.
Hm, wonder if it's related to #241225. Does rhgb behave differently on intel
vs. other configurations I wonder?
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*** Bug 448340 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 454055 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
If bug 448340 is a duplicate of this one then this bug is still present in Fedora 9 and should not have been closed when Fedora 7 was EOLd. Somebody please reopen this bug against Fedora 9. It seems I'm not allowed to do it.
same for Bug 454055, that is still present in F9 and F10....
am running now on fedore 9. the bug does not occur here afaict.