xfce4 ? lockups?
csm at redhat.com
Mon Jan 13 20:59:03 CET 2003
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On Sun, 12 Jan 2003, Olivier Fourdan posted the following:
OF>> Welp... it did it again this morning... this time I could ssh into the
OF>> machine. It was only X that croaked...
OF>Okay, can you try the very latest CVS ?
Not until the weekend... I am in Houston, TX right now.
OF>> the behavior was very much like
OF>> the old race conditions I caused in the old xfce3 when switching between
OF>No chance, there is no code in common between xfwm3 and xfwm4
I did not think there was... but the behavior was something we have both
OF>> There was no core file or anything... X was just locked up tight and
OF>> would do nothing.
OF>Most distributions set "ulimit -c to zero" so that the filesystem
OF>doesn't get full of cores.
OF>Set "ulimit -c unlimited" in your .bashrc if you want to have a chance
OF>to catch the cores.
Ah... I must resist the urge to be a smart ass... I must resist the urge
to be a smart ass... I must resist the urge to be a smart ass... I must
resist the urge to be a smart ass... I must resist the urge to be a
Chuck Mead <csm at redhat.com>
RHCE, RHCI, RHCX
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