Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 43563
XFree 4.0.3 crashes on my CSLU2 board (INTEL 815)
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:33:34 EDT
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User-Agent: Mozilla/4.7 [de] (Win98; I)
Description of problem:
After I installed RedHat 7.1 at the first glance every thing with the X11 environment seemed to be OK. But after playing around and resizing
some windows the desktop got more and more currupted. I downloaded XFree86-4.1.0, compiled it myself, and at least it seems to work better.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Just start XFree with KDE or GNOME on a box with a ASUS CSLU2 board
2.Open a window e.g. the Konquerer browser
3.Use the full screen button in the upper right corner of the window several times in a row
Actual Results: First the dekoration of the window gets currupted and then the entire window gets scrambeld.
The complete X11 is unusable on this board.
I have just discovered that XFree-4.1.0 does not work either. The symptoms are the same as under XFree-4.0.3 but
the erronous behavior is not so reproducable.
Using the official 4.0.3 release, please run:
Then please attach the resultant XF86Config-4 file that it generates,
as well as a copy of your XFree86 server log from after display corruption
or a crash. Use the link below.
Misfiled against XFree86-Servers - changing.
Created attachment 20883 [details]
result of startx >& Xlog
Created attachment 20884 [details]
Created attachment 20885 [details]
Created attachment 20886 [details]
Sorry, I think I used the wrong link. Therefore all that again:
I reinstalled RedHat 7.1 from scratch and left evrything untouched. X keeps crashing.
I did what you asked for:
I run Xconfigurator --preferf4 and then startx >& Xlog.
The file Xlog and all Xfree86.log files I found as well as the XF86Config-4 file are attached to this mail.
Your log file clearly shows agpgart failing due to lack of memory
available. This is not an XFree86 bug, just a misconfiguration of your
system CMOS likely. You might want to try the firstname.lastname@example.org
mailing list in case you need a hand with selecting the appropriate
CMOS configuration settings.
Hope this helps.