Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 643838
Crash in QRasterPaintEngine::fillRect on Cirrus video card (KVM)
Last modified: 2012-08-16 17:06:09 EDT
Created attachment 454057 [details]
Description of problem:
Starting palapeli results in a crash.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. KDE Menu -> Games -> Logic Games -> Jigsaw puzzle game (Palapeli)
Should run without a crash.
The output of kcrashed attached. System is Fedora 14 Final TC1.
Sending to bugs.kde.org would be preferable, but I'll look over the backtrace just in case.
Interesting, most of the backtrace is inside of qt and the raster engine. Are you purposely using raster?
Not that I know of. It's a clean install, everything should run on default settings.
Works for me on clean Fedora 14 install (from LiveCD, installed kdegames package). Even with explicit usage of raster engine.
What's your gfx card?
Sorry, forgot to mention that system runs in virt-manager, hypervisor: kvm, architecture: x86_64, emulator: qemu-kvm. Video is set to cirrus.
Can you try this update?
(should also help to correct the miscolored background, orange vs blue)
The qt-4.7.0-6.fc14 does not solve the problem. (miscolored background is fixed though)
Could you try different video card in KVM?
If a video card is set up to vga or vmvga, the problem disappears.
(In reply to comment #9)
> If a video card is set up to vga or vmvga, the problem disappears.
Thanks for info! Another Qt/Cirrus issue and then it belongs probably to upstream Qt bug tracker.
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