Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 860668
artifacts on xrestart with rv710
Last modified: 2014-10-20 09:13:28 EDT
Created attachment 617538 [details]
Description of problem: on user switch or any force xrestart x return but gnome-shell is not displayed correctly and the wallpaper looks corrupted
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. switchuser on gnome shell
2. log in as different user
incorrect display on gnome shell and wallpaper
gnome-shell should display correctly
on multiple tests it appears it sometimes doesn't happen, I am wondering if it is because I was using a livecd?
Created attachment 617539 [details]
more xorg log
Created attachment 617540 [details]
even more xorg log
Discussed at 2012-10-04 blocker review meeting: http://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/fedora-qa/2012-10-04/f18-beta-blocker-review-2.1.2012-10-04-16.00.log.txt . This is a single-system X bug and it isn't a showstopper, it's just a functionality bug. Doesn't hit any release criteria and isn't serious enough for NTH, can be fixed acceptably with an update. Rejected as a blocker and as NTH.
ar17787, are you able to reproduce it on latest Fedora 18 or 19?
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