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Old 09-16-04, 04:42 AM   #1
rikyz71
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Default Problem using xcompmgr in Xorg 6.8 and Rendel Accell

I have compiled new Xorg 6.8.0 in Fedora Core 2 with the last xcompmgr from cvs (15/09/04) utility to enable shadows and opacity for X windows.

If I disable Option "RendelAccell" on configuration file the new effects run perfectly but
very slow: moving, resizing, swap screen, etc.

When I enable Option "RendelAccell" the new effects run very fast, but after some
open/close/move windows the X server crash. In particular X hang systematically
when and GL application (like glxgears) is launched.
The machine doesn't crash, I still be able telnet the machine and close session.

Have anyone have my same problem?

Thanks in advanced,

Riccardo.


Configuration:
NV driver 6111
Fedora Core 2
AMD XP 2000, 1GB RAM
GeForceFX 5900 128MB
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Old 09-16-04, 06:34 AM   #2
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Default Re: Problem using xcompmgr in Xorg 6.8 and Rendel Accell

look at this thead:
http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=36126

and join the people that pray this problem is resolved with the next driver update
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Old 09-16-04, 06:50 AM   #3
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i have noticed the same problems...
Nvidia driver with composite extension + hw render + openGL make my X server crash....

i hope this problem can be fixed soon (nvidia or xorg 6.8 problem?)

shadows and transparency (accelerated) are nice!

Leonardo Muttoni.

Linux slackware 10.0
X server: Xorg version 6.8
ASUS V7700 Geforce2 GTS 32MB
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