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Old 16th June 2006, 10:29 AM
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bugzilla report question...

Kind of dumb, actually, but you know what they say: Knows more a fool man asking than a wise man answering...

Anyway, I've got a Fedora Core 5 system at work, it's actually an HP Pavillion Athlon XP based, and everything works just fine... Well sort of...

I found that I could put to sleep the computer just fine using the keyboard key (yay!), however, upon resume the display is somewhat corrupted: horizontal zig-zag like lines across the screen, I can still see, but unless I'm terribly mistaken, that's not supposed to happen. I can get away by loggin off, and killing X (ctrl+alt+backspace) and everything is just fine (as the driver and the whole of X is reloaded!)

Now my question is actually: Do i report this to FC's bugzilla or Xorg's? The computer uses an onboard Savage 4 video adaptor with the corresponding driver. FC bulit the Xorg packages, but the Xorg guys coded the drivers... Yet the drivers "broken" are in FC's Xorg version (and upstream this might be corrected)...

Don't mind me much, though... it's almost 5 AM here and maybe I wanted to write something else besides work reports
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Old 16th June 2006, 11:08 AM
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I'd go to RedHat-Fedora's bugzilla, if only because they can re-direct you if they don't want to get involved, but should have a record of incidents for future development. Now, get some sleep - you NEED it!
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Old 16th June 2006, 11:15 AM
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Thanks, Bob... I'll that some time at noon... Right now I'm crashing into bed (not before I take one last drink of my beer) and I'll be "good to go" hehe.. Nite/morning!
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