I upgraded a stock RC2 system to the 4.1.0-3 RPMS this morning. Since that
time, I've had my X session die three times (just my standard X usage:
kde, bazillions of xterms, mozilla, star office). The release shipped in
RC2 never died on me....
So far, no real logs, core dumps, etc. have been associated with any of the
crashes, and no pattern has emerged as to how to trigger it.
How specifically did you upgrade?
What do the following commands report:
rpm -qa | grep -i "\(Mesa\|XFree86-4\|kernel\)"
Also, as with all X problems I will need a copy of your X server logs
and X config please.
Well, that system has since been cleanly installed (enigma original spin, plus
rpm -Uvh of borked pam) using GUI install.
X is still unstable.
[kaboom@verdande kaboom]$ rpm -qa | grep -i "\(Mesa\|XFree86-4\|kernel\)"
[kaboom@verdande kaboom]$ uname -a
Linux verdande.oobleck.net 2.4.7-10custom #1 SMP Sat Sep 15 09:01:12 MDT 2001
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Closing -- XFree86 4.2 seems to cure this....