Description of problem:
r128 driver locks up at (II) R128(0): initializing int10. Hard locks the
system, requires a power cycle to fix.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Happens 100%. This is in a dual head situation. Primary head is i810,
secondary Rage128 Pro 32MB PCI. Enabling the second card and restarting X
causes the i810 monitor to initialize, albeit black, and then nothing else.
Have to power cycle. I let it run for 5 minutes without anything proceeding.
PC is a Dell Opti GX520
Was working fine in Fedora 8. Performed upgrade from 8 to 9.
Created attachment 305427 [details]
Created attachment 305428 [details]
Is attachment 305427 [details] complete /var/log/Xorg.*.log? Seems kind of short to me?
That is complete unfortunately.
I started X by running init 5 from 3. After ~5 minutes I had to power cycle the
PC (unresponsive to any/all input). Screen was backlit and in sync, but black.
My thought (albeit i'm an administrator, not a developer, certainly not a driver
writer), is that the r128 driver is getting hung up in int10.so somehow.
I could probably strace it out (though annoying at this point as I have replaced
the ati with an nvidia card). If you want me to go that route, please provide
me the precise strace you would like run. I don't want to guess at if -f is
needed, or if you have specific -e trace= options you want to see, etc.
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