X Hangs at "Initializing int10"

Jan Kasprzak kas at fi.muni.cz
Tue Dec 2 02:01:49 PST 2008

Timothy S. Nelson wrote:
: 	Hi all. I'm upgrading from Fedora 6 to Fedora 10. I did a clean 
: install of Fedora 10 and then, as the default X config didn't work, I 
: copied across my old xorg.conf file. Naturally I had to comment out a few 
: lines in that file.

	Please add your HW details to the following bug:


As for the band-aid fix, downgrade to Fedora 8 version of the X server
and all dependencies (drivers, mesaGL, ...) still works for me.

	I have not got much time to test it on F10 as well, but
_apparently_ with my setup it is slightly better - the secondary X
server does not lock up inside int10, but (despite -isolateDevice PCI:05:00:00
in the command line) it POSTs the _primary_ card instead :-(.

	I will test it further and update the info in the above bug.

	I have read that one of the goals of Fedora 11 is to have
a working multiseat operation, but I think it is impossible to do
without fixing Xorg first. It has been broken since > 1.3 (1.3 was OK).


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