Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 493475
Radeon R200 based system doesn't support compiz/glx -> white screen
Last modified: 2018-04-11 06:24:44 EDT
Running the "radeon glx" test case for Radeon test day
Latest Rawhide shows only a white screen when activating Desktop Effects on a R200
based 9100 IGP.
dmesg contains a line about a segfault in compiz:
compiz: segfault at 49d860 ip 0049d860 sp bf8c8da0 error 4 in libX11.so.6.2.0[508000+12c000]
Smolt Hardware Profile:
dmesg, glxinfo and xorg.log are attached.
Created attachment 337665 [details]
Created attachment 337666 [details]
Created attachment 337667 [details]
can you try with the latest Mesa from koji installed?
The segfault happens in libXinerama now. X-)
This doesn't mean much however as I've seen it segfault in libuuid as well...
Uploading new logs, but the white screen is still the same.
Created attachment 337684 [details]
dmesg after mesa upgrade
Created attachment 337685 [details]
glxinfo after mesa upgrade
Created attachment 337687 [details]
Xorg log after mesa upgrade
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