It occurs if I put laptop to sleep or hibernation or just shut down X after some period of time.
Here is a part of the log containing errors:
[ 19130.984] (EE) [ 19130.984] (EE) Backtrace: [ 19131.001] (EE) 0: X (xorg_backtrace+0x49) [0x81e4999] [ 19131.001] (EE) 1: X (0x8048000+0x1a0886) [0x81e8886] [ 19131.001] (EE) 2: linux-gate.so.1 (__kernel_rt_sigreturn+0x0) [0xb777740c] [ 19131.002] (EE) 3: X (XIChangeDeviceProperty+0x198) [0x8176d58] [ 19131.002] (EE) 4: X (DisableDevice+0x2a7) [0x8072537] [ 19131.002] (EE) 5: X (xf86Wakeup+0x49c) [0x80bcc1c] [ 19131.002] (EE) 6: X (WakeupHandler+0x6a) [0x807e75a] [ 19131.002] (EE) 7: X (WaitForSomething+0x19b) [0x81e1c1b] [ 19131.002] (EE) 8: X (0x8048000+0x31ece) [0x8079ece] [ 19131.002] (EE) 9: X (0x8048000+0x1f72a) [0x806772a] [ 19131.002] (EE) 10: /usr/lib/libc.so.6 (__libc_start_main+0xf5) [0xb73d8605] [ 19131.003] (EE) 11: X (0x8048000+0x1faf9) [0x8067af9] [ 19131.003] (EE) [ 19131.003] (EE) Segmentation fault at address 0x9 [ 19131.003] Fatal server error: [ 19131.003] Caught signal 11 (Segmentation fault). Server aborting [ 19131.003] [ 19131.003] (EE) Please consult the The X.Org Foundation support at http://wiki.x.org for help. [ 19131.003] (EE) Please also check the log file at "/var/log/Xorg.0.log" for additional information. [ 19131.003] (EE)
Issue seems to be similar to this: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=53593
Thanks for any help if you know what can ordinary user like me do with this!
Last edited by eruditorum (2012-12-05 23:25:10)
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This would definitely place me into asylum.
Also, laptop will not resume/switch on if battery charge is less than 6% (no reaction to pressing power button) possibly due to completely broken ACPI.
Oh, why is it so much trouble to use free software - even if practically everything works, then some small issues appear which drive you insane and put you off using it.
Sad but true
Last edited by eruditorum (2012-12-05 12:32:18)
If I may... You seem to have chosen the wrong linux distribution. Archlinux is a rolling distribution and it will always have some "small issues". They are normally small indeed, but you need to be able to cope with them. If you like challange, please stay with archlinux; if you just want no "small issues" try debian or ubuntu-like distributions, or fedora. Or stay with windows (for big security issues).
I know, I know this is not the kind of advice you are looking for but...
I think I'll try gentoo and LFS in the near future...
After latest xserver update the issue still remains.