From: Robert Manning <robert.manning@gm...> - 2007-09-05 22:34:24
On 9/5/07, S=E9rgio Moreira <sergio.moreiraf@...> wrote:
> My Linux distro is Ubuntu.
> Kernel: Linux 2.6.20-16-generic
> Java: 1.6.0-b105
> I'm using compiz fusion version 0.52~git20070903.
> I also added the following line on the beginning of squirrel-sql.sh:
> export AWT_TOOLKIT=3DMToolkit
> Cause u asked me if i have compiz/beryl enabled, I disabled it and
> tested SQuirrel. Now it works! :) No more Keyboard not working.
> So the problem is using Beryl/Compiz enabled with SQuirrel!
My suspicions were correct then. We've had reports from users with
this setup and similar symptoms in the past. Sun implemented a fix
that some users (with nvidia cards) said didn't solve the problem when
they continued to use desktop effects.
> The only point is, why this only happens with SQuirrel? I'm a Java
> Developer and this is the only Java program I have that this bug
> happens, as far as I know.
I heard reports that this affected NetBeans users as well. I use
Eclipse, and no desktop effects and have never seen the symptoms. As
I understand it, there were changes in the AWT layer that manifest
these issues. We're at the mercy of the JVM - suddenly, what has been
working for us for years is now no longer working. If you come across
a work-around please forward it to us :)
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