mesa: commit 0486d503209cf375ae77456336742774b12eda02 (" glsl: Remove VS output varyings which are optimized out of the FS")
libdrm: commit 36d18211b196cad4761ac70c4fd08aba323f5b0d (" intel_chipset: Merge intel-gpu-tools chipsets")
xf86-video-nouveau: commit a80785f79268ed3701fc69cbd9194ad12822c82c ("nouveau: fix build against old servers (part 2)")
Xserver from 1.12 branch (self-compiled for Slackware 14.0)
kernel: uname -a
Linux slax6 3.8.0-small-00091-g2fee6f5 #45 Mon Feb 25 13:31:21 GMT 2013 i686 Intel(R) Celeron(TM) CPU 1000MHz GenuineIntel GNU/Linux
and mesa-demos-8.0.1/src/tests/subtexrate on nv43 my dmesg flooded with
nouveau E[ PGRAPH][0000:01:00.0] ch 3 [0x00098000 subtexrate] subc 7 class 0x4097 mthd 0x0208 data 0x090a0348
nouveau E[ PGRAPH][0000:01:00.0] ERROR nsource: DATA_ERROR nstatus: BAD_ARGUMENT
Few days back this test lacked its teapots, so I assumed this and errors in dmesg related. But after kernel update I can see stationary big teapot on the left, and spinning small one on the right.
Created attachment 75556 [details]
Created attachment 75557 [details]
dmesg flooded with errors
Sorry, i trimmed down dmesg buffer size for this kernel, I can reboot if you need full log. Basically, this is same setup as described in 58615, including non-ACPI kernel.
Sorry, it was not kernel update that fixed visibility/rendering in this test, but just fact I keep seamonkey running on another desktop.
Quit seamonkey - no teapots, open it - they are there! Funny, but a bit hard to debug. User agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv:18.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/18.0 SeaMonkey/2.15.2
WM - fluxbox.
The errors in dmesg should be gone with a fresh mesa (10.3-rc1), however the rendering issues will likely persist.
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