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EE r600_pipe.c:258 r600_create_context - Unsupported chip class 9.
When some lower level operation is performed (I have no idea what) X quits because of something driver side.
This often occurs with flash player, and always when calling the Mathematica function Plot3D.
I have attatched gratuitous system information.
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xorg driver config
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glxinfo -v -t
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Unsanitized System Log
Has extra info, sorry for the extra text.
kaveri is supported by the radeonsi driver, not r600. Make sure you don't have the VDPAU_DRIVER=r600 set as an env var. You don't need to set that env var. The correct driver will automatically loaded automatically.
Graphics are happy, but not there appears to be a new problem -- my ethernet port went down as a result. The reason you are reading this is because I have a backup card.
I'm going to reboot and see if this persists. If so, who/where might I go who has the expertise to look at this?
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> I'm going to reboot and see if this persists. If so, who/where might I go
> who has the expertise to look at this?
Probably a configuration or desktop environment problem. Try your distro or desktop environment (gnome/kde/etc.) channels.
There's likely a small bug in that I needed to reboot to reset devicemapping, but all seems well now. I'm marking the bug as fixed. Thanks for your poignant observation.