[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2280] starting X reboots the machine

Chris Turner via Redmine bugtracker-admin at leaf.dragonflybsd.org
Sat Jan 28 12:31:54 PST 2012

Issue #2280 has been updated by Chris Turner.

On 01/26/12 23:42, Pierre Abbat via Redmine wrote:
> I am now running v3.1.0.52.g42a0e-DEVELOPMENT. Romick advised me to turn off DRI in xorg.conf

For refs - am also having the same issue with intel driver on an asus eee901
with day-before-3.0-branch 2.13 - disabling DRI also fixed.

Previously worked OK IIRC but this was a 2.10 install / old pkgsrc

This bug should probably be renamed to 'xorg+intel+dri' crashes the machine

The intel driver directly deals with agp(4) from what I can tell,
haven't gotten further than that (and likely won't any time soon)

Will see if I can generate a dump over the next few days/weeks,
though I think this might not generate one
Bug #2280: starting X reboots the machine

Author: Pierre Abbat
Status: New
Priority: High
Target version: 

I built kernel and world from sources downloaded this morning with Git. I rebooted and, while attempting to start kdm, the box said "F1: DragonFly" and rebooted. I rebooted the previous kernel and X came up fine. I also tried startx on the new kernel without kdm; it still rebooted.

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