Steps to reproduce:
1) Start X
2) Press ctrl+alt+F1
Virtual terminal 1 to show up.
The monitor goes blank and indicates no signal or signal out of range. The system has switched to the virtual terminal -- I can type commands and things will happen -- I just can't see anything.
This can also be triggered by starting the X server and then exiting it. It occurs with both the 1.3 and 1.4 servers, but does not occur with the 2.1.1 Intel video driver.
please attach your xorg.conf xorg.log and specify details of your HW, e.g. model name if a laptop or mobo model if a desktop.
there is a similar bug on VT switch. I'll appreciate if you can test bug# 14249 to see if you can reproduce it or not. thanks.
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> please attach your xorg.conf xorg.log and specify details of your HW, e.g.
> model name if a laptop or mobo model if a desktop.
> there is a similar bug on VT switch. I'll appreciate if you can test bug# 14249
> to see if you can reproduce it or not. thanks.
Hardware is a P5E-VM HDMI mainboard, Q6600 CPU, 4GB RAM.
Testing bug# 14249 seems rather pointless: since all VT switches fail for me, I wouldn't be able to tell one triggered by a suspend-to-ram from what's happening right now.
A VT switch bug has been fixed after 2.2.0 released. Please try the git tip or the upcoming 2.2.1 release. Please reopen if you still see the same problem with the new driver.