#141 X crashes related to Descent3

closed-out-of-date
Jeff Hartmann
MGA OpenGL (56)
5
2001-03-16
2000-06-19
Paul Gray
No

Using the mgadh-0-0-3-branch of the cvs w/
OpenGL version 1.2 Mesa 3.3 beta, X crashes when Descent3 starts to load its OpenGL code.

Descent3 version is d3full-beta1.

From the descent logs:
* FindArg: Found [-m] at argument index (2).
* OpenGL Vendor: Precision Insight, Inc.
* OpenGL Renderer: Mesa GLX Indirect
* OpenGL Version: 1.2 Mesa 3.3 beta
* OpenGL Extensions: GL_EXT_abgr GL_EXT_blend_color GL_EXT_blend_minmax GL_EXT_blend_subtract
* OpenGL: Setting up projection matrix

* OpenGL: Version is (1) major, (2) minor.
* FindArg: Did not find [--nopackedpixels] on command line.
* FindArg: Did not find [--NoMultitexture] on command line.
* OpenGL: multitextures are NOT turned on.
* OpenGL: Packed pixels are turned on.
* OpenGL: Building packed translate table...

* OpenGL: Setting states

* Setting gamma to 1.500000

* OpenGL: initialization at 640x480 was successful.

....[snip]...
* open_file_in_directory("PlasJunk.ogf", "rb", "");
* open_file_in_directory("PlasJunk.ogf", "rb", "");
* CLOSE:Renderer init is set to 1

* Shutting down networking...

* In ResetMission()

* OSIRIS: Reseting OMMS memory

* Freeing rooms...Higest_room_index -1

* Freeing all vclips!

* Freeing all bumpmap memory.

* Freeing all lightmap memory.

* Freeing all bitmap memory.

* OSIRIS: Removing Extracted DLLs

* OSIRIS: Shutting down module manager

* OSIRIS: Reseting OMMS memory

* DDIO: ddio_InternalClose() called.
* DDIO: ddio_InternalClose() returning.
* DDIO system closed.

And I'm dropped into a console.

Discussion

  • Daryll Strauss
    Daryll Strauss
    2000-06-20

    • assigned_to: nobody --> jhartmann
     
  • I'm just getting some general locking issues ala bug 106103. Occationally I can play a game but it does lock up on occation.

     
  • Paul Gray
    Paul Gray
    2000-06-22

    Tracking this down further, it appears that the mga module
    was not loading. It wasn't loading because the "make -f Makefile.linux" in the os-support/linux/drm/kernel was
    failing to make the module. It was failing to make the module because of parsing errors in sym-linked include files in /usr/include/linux.

    This problem is then operating-system related (Mandrake 7.0). I'm trying again under Debian, which doesn't make the same sym-links.

     
  • Gareth Hughes
    Gareth Hughes
    2001-03-16

    • status: open --> closed-out-of-date