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[Bug 331745] KDiff3 crashes XGL
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  • Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 08:13:35 -0600 (MDT)
  • Message-id: <20080813141335.97C4B24538F@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

User sndirsch@xxxxxxxxxx added comment

Stefan Dirsch <sndirsch@xxxxxxxxxx> changed:

What |Removed |Added
Resolution| |FIXED

--- Comment #14 from Stefan Dirsch <sndirsch@xxxxxxxxxx> 2008-08-13 08:13:35
MDT ---
(In reply to comment #13 from Wilfred van Velzen)
(In reply to comment #12 from Stefan Dirsch)
but the crash seems to happen in Xgl (obviously not logged in
Anyway, since Xgl has finally been dropped for openSUSE 11.1, I suggest to
give AIGLX a try instead (xgl-switch --disable-xgl).

When I enter that command does it also automatically enable AIGLX ?

AIGLX is enabled by default on openSUSE 11.0.

It's unlikely that Xgl issues
are still addressed for openSUSE 11.0. And please try it on openSUSE 11.0.

Since I couldn't reproduce the kdiff3 crashes on 11.0 any longer,

You told me in comment #2 that this issue also happens on openSUSE 11.0.

"Btw: This also happens on 11.0"

Anyway, in this case let's close this issue as fixed.

But I have some other issues with my "production" 11.0 environment, which
be related to this, after some updates that where installed last week.

My default KDE 3 environment became (very) slow: A mc (midnight commander)
screen in konsole would build up line by line. After switching to KDE 4, this
specific symptom dissappeared, but it's still slow: For instance draging a
window around has terrible performance, and doesn't look very pretty (lot's
"echo's" of the window on the old positions remain vissible while dragging a
screen around)...

I vaguely remember a patch mentioning fixing a regression regarding
performance problems on intel chipsets, but obviously this hasn't fixed it on
my system...

This is a duplicate of Bug #411183. The update, which addresses this issue is
available since some days now.

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