[gutsy] weird, two running Xorg Sessions, but only one is active
mario.vukelic at dantian.org
Fri Sep 14 17:42:23 UTC 2007
On Fri, 2007-09-14 at 19:10 +0200, email.listen at googlemail.com wrote:
> Am Fr, 14. September 2007 18:40:50 schrieb Mario Vukelic:
> > On Fri, 2007-09-14 at 12:52 +0200, email.listen at googlemail.com wrote:
> > > I haven't installed xgl atm (purged it some weeks ago)
> > Xgl is now run by default, you had to ok this during one of the
> > upgrades. Last week, I think.
> So this was done whilst the xserver-xorg upgrade, whithout the need for
> installing xserver-xgl?
No. Changelog sent from apt-listchanges:
-- Steve Kowalik <stevenk at ubuntu.com> Sat, 8 Sep 2007 22:50:10 +1000
xserver-xgl (1:184.108.40.206~git20070727-0ubuntu2) gutsy; urgency=low
+ Inform users that we start Xgl automatically, so previously set
up Xgl sessions may not work correctly.
* Remove old Xsession.d file on install, if it hasn't been modified
(LP: #136962). New Xsession.d file won't fall over after
xserver-xgl is uninstalled.
+ Split into a wrapper script debian/Xgl-session, and install this
into /usr/bin and a much smaller debian/98-xserver-xgl_start-server
+ Install Xsession file to 98-xserver-xgl_start-server, so that it's
at the top of the $STARTUP stack instead of starting Xgl first in
the Xsession.d process. Fixes startup for those who manually
installed the fglrx drivers (and possibly others).
* Add a killswitch to disable Xgl on a per-user basis. If the file
~/.config/xserver-xgl/disable exists, Xgl will not be automatically
started. Documented in README.Debian. (LP: #136878)
> But there is no xgl running.
Default for me:
ps x|grep -i xgl
4079 pts/0 S+ 0:00 grep -i xgl
8342 ? SL 193:06 Xgl -accel xv:pbuffer -accel glx:pbuffer :1
-nolisten tcp -fullscreen -br +xinerama
I have an ATi card, maybe that makes a difference.
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