Created attachment 764553 [details]
Description of problem:
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How reproducible:run on terminal Xorg -configure and result(xorg.conf.new from root directory rename and place on /etc/X11/)
Steps to Reproduce:
1.run on terminal ./run-tests * (present on /BUILD/cogl-1.14.0/tests/conforn) whith xorg.conf
2..run on terminal ./run-tests * (present on /BUILD/cogl-1.14.0/tests/conforn) whithout xorg.conf
with xorg.conf have good results
Place xorg.conf on distribution.
Created attachment 764554 [details]
Created attachment 764556 [details]
xorg.conf create whith Xorg -configure
Created attachment 764573 [details]
And only modesetting module work fine.
I'm not sure what your asking here
I'm not asking nothing , i report new bug.
what is the bug? I don't understand what it is.
We don't use xorg.conf files anymore and everything is autodetected. It seems when you create a xorg.conf something is fixed or improved but you don't outline what that is
Let explain please, i have NVIDIA Corporation G72 [GeForce 7300 GS] (reva1) and wo xorg.conf have more errors when running ./run-tests * present on /cogl-1.14.0/tests/conform .Big problem it is on nouveau module when without xorg.conf is launched first and is not good for me.
Last attachment solve this issue (modesetting module launched first) for me and this it.
Wait to use nouveau module on future.
This isn't a bug with cogl but rather with the driver and the fix isn't to put a xorg.conf in place but rather fix the bug than work around it
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