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Feature #12395

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Update to libdrm >= 2.4.97

Added by Aurélien Larcher over 1 year ago. Updated over 1 year ago.

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Normal
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80%

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Description

Required by recent Xorg and Mesa.
Currently tested with 2.4.99 but need to fix an issue with Intel adapters.


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Related to OpenIndiana Distribution - Bug #12964: Continuously reboot after installing the latest updateResolved

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Related to Graphics/DRM - Bug #13053: Very serious graphic stack bugResolvedAlexander Pyhalov

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Actions #1

Updated by gh origin over 1 year ago

Aurélien Larcher wrote:

Required by recent Xorg and Mesa.
Currently tested with 2.4.99 but need to fix an issue with Intel adapters.

So it could be the cause of issue 12964?

Actions #2

Updated by gh origin over 1 year ago

  • Related to Bug #12964: Continuously reboot after installing the latest update added
Actions #3

Updated by gh origin over 1 year ago

  • Related to Bug #13053: Very serious graphic stack bug added
Actions #4

Updated by Aurélien Larcher over 1 year ago

gh origin wrote:

Aurélien Larcher wrote:

Required by recent Xorg and Mesa.
Currently tested with 2.4.99 but need to fix an issue with Intel adapters.

So it could be the cause of issue 12964?

The graphic stack was not updated since 2020.04, only a few gcc-10 patches were pushed.
It seems we also have a report with NVidia which makes me wonder if the issue really lies in drm/intel...

Actions #5

Updated by Aurélien Larcher over 1 year ago

Although I have switched to gcc-7 on May 19.

Actions #6

Updated by gh origin over 1 year ago

Aurélien Larcher wrote:

gh origin wrote:

Aurélien Larcher wrote:

Required by recent Xorg and Mesa.
Currently tested with 2.4.99 but need to fix an issue with Intel adapters.

So it could be the cause of issue 12964?

The graphic stack was not updated since 2020.04, only a few gcc-10 patches were pushed.
It seems we also have a report with NVidia which makes me wonder if the issue really lies in drm/intel...

Yes. The problem is with the gfx-drm driver. Not this userspace libdrm.

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