Less information-poor response:

* when it happens, the FB will resume correctly for a little bit, then
once everything comes back, it flips to being distorted. So, it's
likely something is misconfiguring stuff during resume.
* I can flip to VTs fine; I can login and do things fine;
* When I flip back to xorg, things still remain distorted;
* If I ctrl-C xorg and start it again, it starts back up correctly.

So hm, maybe the vt save/resume code learnt something buggy?


On 23 March 2014 01:27, Adrian Chadd <adr...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> Hi,
> I know this is an information-poor message.
> The last time i updated my two test laptops was around the middle of
> last month. Back then, xorg would occasionally get distorted, but
> typically would come back from suspend fine.
> Lately, it seems a 50% chance that coming back from suspend that xorg
> will be not only distorted, but further screen redraws are wrong. It's
> like the framebuffer configuration is wrong and persists to be wrong.
> I have to exit out of xorg and restart it.
> Has anyone else seen this?
> -a
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