Created attachment 460560 [details]
Description of problem:
After resume from hibernate, my display's corrupted. I've attached a screenshot. The Firefox window was created after resume. Also, my fonts are consistently corrupted, meaning that, for example, each 'e' is messed up in the same way, and so on.
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Created attachment 460561 [details]
Could we get also output of the dmesg command AFTER the issue is reproduced but BEFORE the reboot, please?
Created attachment 460924 [details]
Also - turns out logging out and back in again is enough to clear up the corruption.
Created attachment 490991 [details]
smoltProfile for a setup which reproduces this issue.
I confirm the issue. It started right when I switched to Fedora 14 from Fedora 13. Subsequent updates to latest packages have not resolved.
Mine only reproduces if 2 users are logged in while hibernate is initiated. 2 users logged in could either be using "switch user", or using "startx -- :2". On restore from hibernate, fonts and other display artifacts are corrupted very much like the attached screenshot by Zack. My issue also gets cleared after logging out and logging back in. X displays for both the users get corrupted.
Hardware : my smolt profile file is attached (attachment ID 490991).
The issue remains even if I switched to KDM from GDM, so not display manager related.
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