Felix Miata <mrmazda(a)earthlink.net> Mon, 18 Jul 2016 20:16:07 +0300:
Dmitriy Perlow composed on 2016-07-18 19:52
Recently I've upgraded 2 my PC's from
Why are you not using 13.1's kernel in 13.1 and 13.2's kernel in 13.2?
Hm, the best answer seems to be "just for fun".
and got tons
of Xorg failures.
My laptop has intel video card and uses openSUSE
introduced there kdm start-up stuck, 4.1.28-vanilla introduces kernel
panic (photo attached). My PC has nvidia card with proprietary driver
uses openSUSE 13.2 x64, 4.1.28-default introduced there oom errors (log
attached) and kde4 start-up failures, vanilla wasn't tested.
Any tips please?
1-provide us output from 'lspci | grep VGA' from both machines. There is
an abundance of different Intel video with different responses to
different driver and kernel versions.
PC: 04:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation G92 [GeForce GTS
250] (rev a2)
Laptop: 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Mobile
GM965/GL960 Integrated Graphics Controller (primary) (rev 03)
2-Try latest kernels from update channels, 3.12.59 for
13.1, 3.17.7 for
All kernells ≤ 4.1.27-5 are fine, kernels from update channels are fine
3-'zypper rm xf86-video-intel' on the
laptop, but only if you are also
using an xserver newer than that shipped in 13.1, at least 17.0.x.
Removing the intel X driver along with using 17.0.x or newer server
results in Xorg using the built-in modeset driver, which can solve
problems that are only experienced in the intel driver.
Nope, xserver is default one (7.6_126.96.36.1991-34.2).
4-force reinstall of KDE, QT, Xorg and drivers, after
checks on the / partitions.
Boot with 4.1.27-5 resolves all issues, should I force filesystem check
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