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    SubjectRe: rc5 seemed to kill a disk that rc4-mm1 likes. Also some X trouble.
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    >Helge Hafting wrote:
    >>Dave Airlie wrote:
    >>> I switched back to 2.6.13-rc4-mm1 at this point for another reason,
    >>> my X display aquired a nasty tendency to go blank for no reason
    >>> during work,
    >>> something I could fix by changing resolution baqck and forth. X
    >>> also tended to get
    >>> stuck for a minute now and then - a problem I haven't seen since
    >>> early 2.6.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> which head the radeon or MGA or both?
    >>
    >>The radeon 9200SE-pci gets stuck. The MGA-agp seems to be fine. I have
    >>compiled
    >>dri support for both, but I can't use it at the moment. I think that is
    >>caused by having ubuntu's xorg installed on debian. I needed xorg
    >>in order to run an xserver that doesn't use any tty - this way I can use
    >>two keyboards and have two simultaneous users. Debians xorg wasn't ready
    >>at the moment. The setup is fine with 2.6.13-rc4-mm1 x86-64, no problems
    >>there.
    >
    >I have some other issue with a MGA card (don't know exactly which, I have
    > only access to this on the weekend). With rc5 and rc6 kdm will not start on
    > bootup, X complains about some unresolved symbols in the X mga driver. If I
    > log in as user and do startx it works fine, also if I switch back to
    > 2.6.12-rc-something. Something seems to confuse X somehow.
    >
    >It's a PII-350 with more or less SuSE 9.3. The machine has no net access, so
    > I can only try to narrow it down to one rc at the weekend.

    2.6.12 works fine, everything since 2.6.13-rc1 breaks it.

    Eike
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