No, this isn't a "the buffer is messed up", this is a "everything is
and stays messed up."
Starting new applications odes'nt fix it.
Minimising/maximising the applications again doesn't fix it.
This is a "the framebuffer config seems busted", not "the contents of
that 2d rectaugular area got messed up." Normally when there's
distortions triggering some kind of change in that area (ie: not a
redraw) is enough to fix it.
On 23 March 2014 14:05, Lars Engels <lars.eng...@0x20.net> wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 23, 2014 at 01:36:29PM -0700, Adrian Chadd wrote:
>> 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.
> Setting a new wallpaper and / or restarting the distorted windows
> un-distorts them.
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