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Description of problem:
I am running RH on Dell Inspirion 4000 w/ ATI Rage Mobility (M3). If you
close the display while in X windows and reopen it, it will mess up the
virtual terminal displays. The only fix is to close the display under the
virtual terminal and reopen it. It then fixes the virtual terminal
display. If you try to switch back to X with the virtual terminal display
messed up, it will in turn mess up the X display.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start up X windows.
2. Close the display and reopen it.
3. Try to exit X windows or switch to virtual terminal.
Actual Results: The terminal should display correctly.
Expected Results: The terminal display is corrupted. You have to close
and open the display under the virtual terminal to get it corrected. If
you switch back to X without correct the display, both display get messed
up. You have to correct the display under the virtual terminal if you
want it to work under X.
This is most probably related to the Rage 128 VTswitch lockup in
bug #65136. Could you do the following test:
1) Make sure DRI is enabled
2) start X
3) Run "lspci -vvn" and look for the line which shows "BusMaster+". The "+"
*SHOULD* be there while you're in X.
4) VTswitch out of X and log in to the console as root.
5) Run "lspci -vvn" and look for the BusMaster line again.
Is it still BusMaster+, or is it BusMaster- now?
If it is BusMaster-, then the bugfix for bug #65136 which is forthcoming
will likely fix this one too. Please provide me with this information
ASAP so I can make sure the fix applies to this bug too.
Assuming due to lack of response that the problem no longer occurs after
testing with the new release. Closing as fixed in rawhide. If the problem
persists when using XFree86 4.2.0-72 or higher, or when the next release
of Red Hat Linux is out, please reopen the bug report and provide updated