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Re: [opensuse] Google Earth problem
  • From: Basil Chupin <blchupin@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 09 Mar 2008 16:03:03 +1100
  • Message-id: <47D36F87.3080808@xxxxxxxxxx>
Kai Ponte wrote:
On Saturday 08 March 2008 01:09:05 pm Joe Sloan wrote:
Oddly enough, I got the following error when running glxgears...

kai@xwing:~> glxgears
XIO: fatal IO error 11 (Resource temporarily unavailable) on X server
":0.0" after 37 requests (36 known processed) with 0 events remaining.
That's weird - was there any graphical result? did it stop suddenly and
give the error, or did you get the error when you ended the program?

It were when I ended the program.

Not something I'm too concerned about since I've yet to run glxgears until now, but interesting none the less.
Something has gone haywire because of some upgrades in the past 2 days (at least).

glxgears is no longer working (I get an error message along the lines that Xorg doesn't contain it, or some such) and my system has slowed down to the point where I went to the Performance Monitor a short time ago and found that Xorg was using up ~93% of my CPU.

I also found that when I go to Yast (or even Configure Desktop) and bring up the details for my monitor, I get a message saying that 3-D is not available because "Your X server is using Rand R extension at 1.2 or greater which doesn't have any configuration yet". What the hell is this supposed to mean?! I've had 3-D for years (with my nVidia card and driver) - and looking at what "RandR" is about doesn't mean a fig to me.

Instead of going forward I feel that some parts of openSUSE are going backwards.


It's not possible to operate honestly using a basis of dishonesty.

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