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PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2005 5:27 pm    Post subject: 2.6.12-rc6-love1 "The Holy Hand Grenade" Reply with quote


this is stable release

*** In Love-Sources features menu :
*** Default Options are SAFE and GOOD working


Love-Sources 2.6.12-rc6-love1 "The Holly Hand Grenade"

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*** In Love-Sources features menu :                            ***
*** Default Options are SAFE and GOOD working                  ***

---info------------------------------------------------------------
Please don't report any bugs to gentoo-devs or bugs.gentoo.org.
We are making patchset for x86.
We will be not able to help You with x86_64 
-------------------------------------------------------------------
If You want support or just ask about something -
please join #love-sources on freenode or just
post in the love-sources thread in "Unsupported Software" forum on
forums.gentoo.org, check also love-sources.org
-------------------------------------------------------------------

--> patchlist first
1) CPU Scheduler Patches :
sched-account_rt_tasks_in_prio_bias.patch
sched-change_prio_bias_only_if_queued.patch
sched-changing-rt-priority-without-cap_sys_nice.patch
sched-cleanup-context-switch-locking.patch
sched-consolidate-sbe-sbf-fix-2.patch
sched-consolidate-sbe-sbf.patch
sched-implement-nice-support-across-physical-cpus-on-smp.patch
sched-micro-optimize-task-requeueing-in-schedule.patch
sched-multilevel-sbe-sbf.patch
sched-null-domains.patch
sched-rcu-domains-fix.patch
sched-rcu-domains.patch
sched-relax-pinned-balancing.patch
sched-remove-degenerate-domains-fix.patch
sched-remove-degenerate-domains.patch
sched-run-sched_normal-tasks-with-real-time-tasks-on-smt-siblings.patch
sched-smp-nice-bias-busy-queues-on-idle-rebalance.patch
sched-task_noninteractive.patch
sched-tweak-idle-thread-setup-semantics.patch
sched-uninline-task_timeslice.patch
sched-voluntary-kernel-preemption.patch
sched2-add-debugging.patch
sched2-balance-on-fork.patch
sched2-balance-timers.patch
sched2-cleanup-wake_idle.patch
sched2-fix-smt-scheduling-problems-fix.patch
sched2-fix-smt-scheduling-problems.patch
sched2-improve-load-balancing-pinned-tasks.patch
sched2-less-aggressive-idle-balancing.patch
sched2-no-aggressive-idle-balancing.patch
sched2-reduce-active-load-balancing.patch
sched2-sched-domain-sysctl.patch
sched2-sched-tuning-fix.patch
sched2-sched-tuning.patch
sched2-schedstats-update-for-balance-on-fork.patch
sched2-tweak-affine-wakeups.patch
dynamic-sched-domains-cpuset-changes.patch
dynamic-sched-domains-ia64-changes.patch
dynamic-sched-domains-sched-changes-fix.patch
dynamic-sched-domains-sched-changes.patch
enable-preempt_bkl-on-preemptsmp-too.patch
consolidate-preempt-options-into-kernel-kconfigpreempt.patch
>> especially a set of multiprocessing improvements
>> and new preemption model patches

patch-swap-sched-v0.51-2.6.12
>> Swap Scheduling Implementation.
>> INFO/What is it here : http://swap-sched.sourceforge.net/
>> this is untested implementation , You can compile it as MODULE
>> and load/remove it on working system
>> BETTER TO NOT RISK A STATIC COMPILATION.

2) io schedulers+block* fixes/updates :
def_iosched_select_menu.diff
>> selectable def.io scheduler from (menu)config

cfq-cfq-elevator_insert_back-fix-fix.patch
cfq-cfq-elevator_insert_back-fix.patch
cfq-cfq_io_context-leak-fix.patch
cfq-iosched-update-to-time-sliced-design-export-task_nice.patch
cfq-iosched-update-to-time-sliced-design-fix-fix.patch
cfq-iosched-update-to-time-sliced-design-fix.patch
cfq-iosched-update-to-time-sliced-design-use-bio_data_dir.patch
cfq-iosched-update-to-time-sliced-design.patch
cfq-ioschedc-fix-soft-hang-with-non-fs-requests.patch
cfq-remove-serveral-unused-fields-from-cfq-data-structures.patch
>> timeslices design updates and additional fixes for CFQ.

as-limit-queue-depth.patch
>> small anticipatory fix.

blk-__make_request-efficiency.patch
blk-branch-hints.patch
blk-cleanup-generic-tag-support-error-messages.patch
blk-fastpath-get_request.patch
blk-light-iocontext-ops.patch
blk-no-memory-barrier.patch
blk-reduce-locking-fixes.patch
blk-reduce-locking.patch
blk-remove-blk_queue_tag-real_max_depth-optimization.patch
blk-remove-blk_tags_per_longmask.patch
blk-unplug-later.patch
blk-use-find_first_zero_bit-in-blk_queue_start_tag.patch
>> block system improvements/fixes mostly by Nick Piggin and Tejun Heo

3) All the rest : 
//Please note that RT-Limits are in vanilla now.
>> for using the RT rlimits patch for Linux Audio : http://www.steamballoon.com/wiki/Rlimits

ext3-reduce-allocate-with-reservation-lock-latencies-tidy.patch
ext3-reduce-allocate-with-reservation-lock-latencies.patch
>> ext3 latencies fixes

git-alsa.patch
git-jfs.patch
git-ntfs.patch
>> git tree updates for alsa,ntfs and jfs

inotify-44-update.patch
inotify-44-warning-fix.patch
inotify-44.patch
>> inotify without update-2 to avoid unmounting segfaults.

avoid-recursive-oopses.patch
>> Prevent recursive faults in do_exit() by leaving the task alone and wait       
>> for reboot.  This may allow a more graceful shutdown and possibly save the     
>> original oops.

i386-selectable-frequency-of-the-timer-interrupt-fix.patch
i386-selectable-frequency-of-the-timer-interrupt.patch   
>> as in name , but STD VALUE is 1000Hz here.

rpc-kick-off-socket-connect-operations-faster.patch
>> Make the socket transport kick the event queue to start socket connects         
>> immediately.  This should improve responsiveness of applications that are       
>> sensitive to slow mount operations (like automounters).

fix-of-dcache-race-leading-to-busy-inodes-on-umount-tidy.patch
fix-of-dcache-race-leading-to-busy-inodes-on-umount.patch
>> dcache race between shrink_dcache_XXX functions and dput() fixes.

o1-sb-list-traversing-on-syncs.patch
>> This patch removes O(n^2) super block loops in sync_inodes(),sync_filesystems() etc.

quiet-ide-cd-warning.patch
>> This shuts up a potential uninitialized variable warning.

improve-cd-dvd-packet-driver-write-performance.patch
>> This patch improves write performance for the CD/DVD packet writing driver.     
>> The logic for switching between reading and writing has been changed so       
>> that streaming writes are no longer interrupted by read requests.

mempool-only-init-waitqueue-in-slow-path.patch
>> Here's a small patch to improve the performance of mempool_alloc by only       
>> initializing the wait queue when we're about to wait.

properly-stop-devices-before-poweroff-fix.patch
properly-stop-devices-before-poweroff.patch
>> as in name :)

vfs-bugfix-two-read_inode-calles-without.patch
>> For the same inode VFS calls read_inode() twice and doesn't call               
>> clear_inode() between the two read_inode() invocations.

make-reiserfs-bug-on-too-big-transaction.patch
>> Make reiserfs BUG() when somebody tries to start a larger transaction than     
>> it's allowed (currently the code just silently deadlocks).

vesafb-tng-0.9-rc6-r2-2.6.12-rc1.patch
>> a tool fro setting and controlling vesafb refresh rate.

mapped_watermark3.diff
>> swapping improvement from ck.

usbhid-readd-kconfig-r1.patch
>> configuration of usb mouse polling via (menu)config.
 
logos.diff
>> You can select now booting love-sources logo via love-source features menu.
>> http://vivid.dat.pl/fallow/pub/index.php?dir=love-sources/love-logos/
>> 2 logos fallow-logo1 and sith_happens logo2  ( 2 winners of voting )


FAQ wrote:

-- Love sources FAQ --
Orginally written by: Love-sources team
Revision by: predatorfreak

Q: I have a black-sreen freeze after startx
A: Please try and compile the kernel without vesa-tng support enabled (built-in/module).

Q: Why Ingosched is in Love-Sources now ?
A: Ingosched has the most testing because is tested by all vanilla users.
It is also defulat Linux 2.6 CPU Scheduler and it is pretty stable now.
Ingosched development also doesn't sleep, look into -mm tree for example.

Q: Why Real Time Preemption is kicked out of this release ?
A: RTP is an extension by Ingo Molnar to provide a kind of real time preemption.
As We said in every info full real time mode isn't required for overall destkop usage,
The Majority of users have Low Latency Mode compiled ( which is the same as stock kernel
CONFIG_PREEMPT ) and we have a number of errors RTP related - we decided to concentrate on
Low Latency Destkop Mode not Full Real Time Preempting.

Q: How to use the RT rlimits patch for Linux Audio?
A: please follow this nice how-to -> http://www.steamballoon.com/wiki/Rlimits

Q: So, where did Reiser4 go?
A: Away

Q: Why?
A: A number of reasons, the love sources team strive to bring you the
best desktop experience and Reiser4 can greatly degrade interactivity and
increase cpu usage. It's illogical to have a CPU Scheduler oriented towards reduced
latencies and filesystem with high latencies.
It's also operating under several wrong assumptions on things
like page table sizes. Reiser4 also doesn't support architectures
aside from x86/x86-64 and doesn't run on the 4kb stack size.

Q: So now that love-sources isn't going to support Reiser4 what do I do?
A: Compile one of the great number of Reiser4 enabled kernels, like
Andrew Morton's mm tree, which is even in portage.

Q: Why are you pulling Reiser4, it's the base of Love-sources?
A: Actually it's not, when love-sources started it was in large part to
research how to allivate the famous music lag bug. A bug that Reiser4
ironically introduces again.

Q: Okay so I shouldn't use Reiser4, what then?
A: Ext3 with dir_index is a much better universal filesystem for a desktop since
it performs nicely and has really good latency. Aside such likable
qualities as stability , it has been developed for "ages" in comparision to Reiser4.

Q: I'm an ext3 user, but how can I check or enabled the dir_index feature?
A: Please check if you have it in the superblock by using this line:
1) my_box# tune2fs -l /dev/hdaXY
if You should receive a line like this one with dir_index enabled:
Filesystem features: has_journal dir_index filetype needs_recovery sparse_super
then you have it enabled.
if not, please use:
1) tune2fs -O dir_index /dev/hdXY
2a) updatedb
or
2b) e2fsck -D /dev/hdXY

Q: I'm a Laptop user, I want to increse my battery life-time, what should I do ?
A: Use JFS as your filesystem, It has less cpu usage (definatly better than reiserfs/reiser4)
and your battery lifetime will be increased up too 30% more then reiserfs/reiser4.
In Love-Sources there are also up too date fixes for it.

Q: Okay, I'm interested in better interactivity, I can resign from using reiser4 for this.
Now I'm using other filesystems (we recommend you use ext3+dir_index).
Which IO Scheduler should I use?
A: Please try the CFQ-TS IO scheduler (default in love-sources).
This is a Completly Fair Queuing IO Scheduler which gives you optimal destkop interactivity
even in heavy filesystem usage.

Q: What about Nvidia and Ati fixes?
A: In the current love there are no Nvidia or Ati fixes.
Please use Driver side fixes from the net (there are many fixes).
If you're an Nvidia user, Many of the good fixes are in Gentoo Portage.
minimum kernel driver required to run this release is nvidia-kernel-6629-r4.

playfool's guide to make ATI work:
1) get the ati source code GPL'ed
2) enjoy a working driver
(for the guide to make nvidia work, just replace the word ati with nvidia)


Info/Warning/Support/Bugs wrote:

Please don't report any bugs to gentoo-devs or bugs.gentoo.org.
We are making patchset for x86 . We will be not able to help You with x86_64 ;)


patch : http://vivid.dat.pl/fallow/pub/index.php?dir=love-sources/2.6.12-rc6-love1/&file=2.6.12-rc6-love1.bz2
ebuild : http://vivid.dat.pl/fallow/pub/index.php?dir=love-sources/2.6.12-rc6-love1/&file=love-sources-2.6.12_rc6-r1.ebuild (thx Mafteah for the clean-up )
notes : http://vivid.dat.pl/fallow/pub/index.php?dir=love-sources/2.6.12-rc6-love1/&file=notes.txt
all dir : http://vivid.dat.pl/fallow/pub/index.php?dir=love-sources/2.6.12-rc6-love1/

cheers :)
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2005 7:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

it's "Holy hand grenade"

And here's a picture
http://rantburg.com/images/holy_hand_grenade.jpg

And now for something completely different
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2005 8:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

so far working ok on x86, but unix module (network) isnt working - must be static at kernel. :)
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 1:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Forgive me for asking but, what happened to RTP? Is it dropped because of http://lkml.org/lkml/2005/6/10/157
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 2:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Works on my G4! Quite snappy too.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 4:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

compiled fine... running smooth and I can confirm the ntfs umount oops is gone! :D

thanks again fallow
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 5:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice kernel, smooth and stable (for past 2 hrs).

One thing... No fbsplash? The rc3 pacth applies and works fine without any changes, or is there another reason for not including it?

Thanks, nice work
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 7:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

bosyotech wrote:
Forgive me for asking but, what happened to RTP? Is it dropped because of http://lkml.org/lkml/2005/6/10/157


RTFF(FAQ):

wrote:
Q: Why Real Time Preemption is kicked out of this release ?
A: RTP is an extension by Ingo Molnar to provide a kind of real time preemption.
As We said in every info full real time mode isn't required for overall destkop usage,
The Majority of users have Low Latency Mode compiled ( which is the same as stock kernel
CONFIG_PREEMPT ) and we have a number of errors RTP related - we decided to concentrate on
Low Latency Destkop Mode not Full Real Time Preempting.


compiling ;)
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 8:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

bosyotech wrote:
Forgive me for asking but, what happened to RTP? Is it dropped because of http://lkml.org/lkml/2005/6/10/157

no problem :) anwer is here
galiza_ceive wrote:
bosyotech wrote:
Forgive me for asking but, what happened to RTP? Is it dropped because of http://lkml.org/lkml/2005/6/10/157

RTFF(FAQ):
wrote:
Q: Why Real Time Preemption is kicked out of this release ?
A: RTP is an extension by Ingo Molnar to provide a kind of real time preemption.
As We said in every info full real time mode isn't required for overall destkop usage,
The Majority of users have Low Latency Mode compiled ( which is the same as stock kernel
CONFIG_PREEMPT ) and we have a number of errors RTP related - we decided to concentrate on
Low Latency Destkop Mode not Full Real Time Preempting.

compiling ;)

I guessing 95% ppl selected Low Latency Destkop Mode not FullRT.
and We always said that incresing preemption = decresing trhoughput.
is good to find a BALANCE beetwen this 2 things just. extremaly mode is just too extremaly. :)

playfool wrote:
it's "Holy hand grenade"

And here's a picture
http://rantburg.com/images/holy_hand_grenade.jpg

And now for something completely different

ahh Yeah Holy not Holly :) but too late for changes ....

pwe wrote:
so far working ok on x86, but unix module (network) isnt working - must be static at kernel. :)

wow.I have it always as static so I didnt notice any error.
AaronPPC wrote:
Works on my G4! Quite snappy too.

Propobaly You are the one who tried it on PPC :)
stalynx wrote:
compiled fine... running smooth and I can confirm the ntfs umount oops is gone! :D

thanks again fallow

yeah the reason is new update-2 patch for inotify , is not applied now and its ok :)
desertstalker wrote:
Nice kernel, smooth and stable (for past 2 hrs).

One thing... No fbsplash? The rc3 pacth applies and works fine without any changes, or is there another reason for not including it?

Thanks, nice work


reasons :
- we prefer our logo , ok this is lol :)
- we was little disgusted when users in the past always blaming us for bad in fbsplash , because they didnt read a info and didnt generate new initrd or a tons of other stupid reasons .
new politics: " Want fsbplash , apply it Yourself :) " :)

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 3:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Compiled fine and working stable here. Also, it feels faster and more responsable than before, with rc3-love1. The problem with IOAPIC from previous rc4 and rc5 is also gone here. :)
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 4:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Maybe we should start a poll about fbsplash. :)

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 4:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Stephan - 'ash' wrote:
Maybe we should start a poll about fbsplash. :)

cheers.


solution is simple :)
if You want fbsplash
1) patch it yourself
2) use another patchset with fbsplash

no democracy here :D :P

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Stephan - 'ash' wrote:
Maybe we should start a poll about fbsplash. :)

cheers.


Maybe "we" should stop wasting fallow's time, you know he is doing this on his own time so you pressuring him for a feature he doesn't want to include... think about that for a second.. you know what that makes you... a telemarketer.

Let fallow and Lovechild do what they want, if you don't like that, then by all means install a patchset that has the features you like. Pretty please with a chery on top will you do that just for me?
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 5:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

playfool wrote:
Stephan - 'ash' wrote:
Maybe we should start a poll about fbsplash. :)

cheers.


Maybe "we" should stop wasting fallow's time, you know he is doing this on his own time so you pressuring him for a feature he doesn't want to include... think about that for a second.. you know what that makes you... a telemarketer.

Let fallow and Lovechild do what they want, if you don't like that, then by all means install a patchset that has the features you like. Pretty please with a chery on top will you do that just for me?


Okay, wannabe, c'mon some more to flame? I don't bother, but what the hell is this?
I did not want to make him include something he DOES NOT WANT... I just want to give ideas respectivley think about this if this is really an easy patch. (I know it i patch everytime new love release comes out, the kernel with the latest fbsplash, so what?!)

By any means, now don't waste MY time by involving me in senseless talk, i.e. flame.
fallow wrote:
Stephan - 'ash' wrote:
Maybe we should start a poll about fbsplash. :)

cheers.


solution is simple :)
if You want fbsplash
1) patch it yourself
2) use another patchset with fbsplash

no democracy here :D :P

cheers.


yep fallow i do - great work however..

cheers.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 7:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This sort of breaks X for me. After about a half an hours use, almost nothing starts anymore. I was able to get some console output starting firefox for eample.

Code:
_X11TransSocketOpenCOTSClient: Unable to open socket for local
_X11TransOpen: transport open failed for local/euclid:0
xdpyinfo:  unable to open display ":0.0".
No running windows found
_X11TransSocketOpenCOTSClient: Unable to open socket for local
_X11TransOpen: transport open failed for local/euclid:0

(firefox-bin:19888): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display:
firefox-bin exited with non-zero status (1)


I'm thinking it broke sockets or something. Weird part is that everything initially works fine. Anyone have any ideas?
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 7:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

great work fallow! stable as my fiat 126p :lol: thanks for inotify in this release too :)
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 9:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

melk0r wrote:
great work fallow! stable as my fiat 126p :lol: thanks for inotify in this release too :)

This one was great :lol: Old good Maluch!
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 9:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Vidar wrote:
This sort of breaks X for me. After about a half an hours use, almost nothing starts anymore. I was able to get some console output starting firefox for eample.

Code:
_X11TransSocketOpenCOTSClient: Unable to open socket for local
_X11TransOpen: transport open failed for local/euclid:0
xdpyinfo:  unable to open display ":0.0".
No running windows found
_X11TransSocketOpenCOTSClient: Unable to open socket for local
_X11TransOpen: transport open failed for local/euclid:0

(firefox-bin:19888): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display:
firefox-bin exited with non-zero status (1)


I'm thinking it broke sockets or something. Weird part is that everything initially works fine. Anyone have any ideas?


why are You thinking that this is kernel related problem ?

melk0r wrote:
great work fallow! stable as my fiat 126p :lol: thanks for inotify in this release too :)

hehe , lol :):):D
I guessing You're from Poland:)

but
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melk0r wrote:
great work fallow! stable as my fiat 126p :lol: thanks for inotify in this release too :)

This one was great :lol: Old good Maluch!

why You know the "Maluch" name :) ? ? ? :P :) If You're from Sweden

cheers
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 10:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

[ot]everbody knows what kind of car is "maluch" :lol:
yes, I'm from Poland [/ot]
@qnx: polish roots? I think that swedish people are rich and have only new cars in garage ;) :D
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 10:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

melk0r wrote:

why You know the "Maluch" name :) ? ? ? :P :) If You're from Sweden

No I'm not, just living here :wink:
melk0r wrote:
[ot]everbody knows what kind of car is "maluch" :lol:
yes, I'm from Poland [/ot]
@qnx: polish roots? I think that swedish people are rich and have only new cars in garage ;) :D

Yes, polish roots. Since a couple of years ago. =)

I expected this kind of reaction, thought about it when I wrote that word. Thanks for paying me some attention guys ;)

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2005 12:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I updated from 2.6.12-rc2-love1 to -rc6-love1 and now i get no correct bash with [ALT] + [STRG] + F1 (F2...). With F1 there is a black screen with a few green and violet fragments. In F2 to F6 there is only a black screen. In -rc2-love1 everything was ok.

Problem is solved: Changed vesafb to vesafb-tng in kernel konfiguration and problem was gone.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2005 7:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

fallow wrote:
Vidar wrote:
This sort of breaks X for me. After about a half an hours use, almost nothing starts anymore. I was able to get some console output starting firefox for eample.

Code:
_X11TransSocketOpenCOTSClient: Unable to open socket for local
_X11TransOpen: transport open failed for local/euclid:0
xdpyinfo:  unable to open display ":0.0".
No running windows found
_X11TransSocketOpenCOTSClient: Unable to open socket for local
_X11TransOpen: transport open failed for local/euclid:0

(firefox-bin:19888): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display:
firefox-bin exited with non-zero status (1)


I'm thinking it broke sockets or something. Weird part is that everything initially works fine. Anyone have any ideas?


why are You thinking that this is kernel related problem ?


It started right after I ran the kernel, and it's been fine since I switched back to my previous kernel 2.6.11-gentoo-r5. And yes, I gave it quite a few reboots to be sure it wasn't a fluke. I'm pretty sure it's kernel related.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2005 9:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Swap-sched seems interesting, has anyone tried it?
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2005 9:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

qnx wrote:
melk0r wrote:

why You know the "Maluch" name :) ? ? ? :P :) If You're from Sweden

No I'm not, just living here :wink:
melk0r wrote:
[ot]everbody knows what kind of car is "maluch" :lol:
yes, I'm from Poland [/ot]
@qnx: polish roots? I think that swedish people are rich and have only new cars in garage ;) :D

Yes, polish roots. Since a couple of years ago. =)

I expected this kind of reaction, thought about it when I wrote that word. Thanks for paying me some attention guys ;)

Cheers!


You're welcome :)

@vidar : for me this isnt related to the kernel , use another patchset just :)
Lepaca Kliffoth wrote:
Swap-sched seems interesting, has anyone tried it?

/me :)

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2005 12:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Compiled and very stable here.

The the Q&A is tells about a Nvidia fix. What do you mean?

I have an older FX5200 card and I just emerged nvidia-kernel and it works great. Did I miss something?

Code:

name of display: :0.0
display: :0  screen: 0
direct rendering: Yes
server glx vendor string: NVIDIA Corporation
server glx version string: 1.3

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