Xf86_video_intel: (master)2.99.911-58-gf9a279b2dc8417b6504478ac96514125d6136523 Kernel: (drm-intel-nightly)git-cf8c74
Bug detailed description:
VT-switch may cause “no responsive” on graph interface by 3-6 times.
“no responsive”is that screen seems to be frozen, mouse and keyboard can’t work. In the meantime, console is OK. Please see dmesg log and Xorg.0.log.
1. start system
2. VT-switch by 3-6 times
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Created attachment 97490 [details]
The problem exists SteamOS
Please confirm that this happens on a production release or update of a major distro (Ubuntu, Fedora, etc) in addition to Steam OS.
Can you try stopping acpid as suggested by Aaron there?
If that works it's a dupe of a known acpid issue in SteamOS that will be fixed sometime soon.
(In reply to comment #4)
> Please confirm that this happens on a production release or update of a
> major distro (Ubuntu, Fedora, etc) in addition to Steam OS.
The SteamOS version is "SteamOS GNU/Linux 1 \n \1" and it is http://repo.steampowered.com/download/.
(In reply to comment #5)
> Hi meng,
> Can you try stopping acpid as suggested by Aaron there?
> If that works it's a dupe of a known acpid issue in SteamOS that will be
> fixed sometime soon.
Ater replicated the issue, stopping acpid doesn't fix the issue.
Is this still reproducible?
VT switch doesn't really involve Mesa (and neither does input handling), just kernel & X server. -> moving first to X.
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