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Old 02-12-2012, 09:31 AM
Pierre Schmitz
 
Default Xorg 1.12 moves soon to testing for stabilization phase

Am 12.02.2012 10:48, schrieb fredbezies:
> 2012/2/12 Andreas Radke <andyrtr@archlinux.org>
>
>> [Xorg 1.12]
>> - State of closed drivers: Nvidia has a beta pkg out with Xorg 1.12
>> support. Let's pray it's already in usable state. Catalyst (AUR)
>> users will stay in the dark as on every major Xorg release for a
>> while.
>>
>
> Are nvidia beta drivers being built with this release ? I think I will do
> an IgnoreGroup = Xorg for some days

Yes, nvidia drivers are in the same repos.

--
Pierre Schmitz, http://pierre-schmitz.com
 
Old 02-12-2012, 06:27 PM
Genes MailLists
 
Default Xorg 1.12 moves soon to testing for stabilization phase

On 02/12/2012 01:10 PM, Thomas Bchler wrote:

>
> Synaptics 1.5.99-1 is completely fucked for me.
>
> 1) Circular scrolling direction is reversed. This can't be a feature,
> really.
> 2) Speed/acceleration behaviour changed, my touchpad is now much faster
> than it should be (I could reconfigure that, but I shouldn't have to).
> 3) The cursor keeps "coasting" when I keep the finger on the touchpad
> but stop moving. Coasting is disabled in the settings as far as I can
> see (and it should only be coasting if I move towards an edge of the pad).
>
> I managed to build 1.5.0 against the newest xorg-server, but
> acceleration breaks then as well (touchpad is completely unaccelerated
> in this case).
>
> My touchpad:
> AlpsPS/2 ALPS DualPoint TouchPad
>
> This is a blocker for 1.12 for me.

Another datapoint - I just updated and have no problems at all with my
(different) touchpad:

SynPS/2 Synaptics TouchPad

No other issues so far with xorg 1.12 - (lenovo W520 using Intel
graphics).


gene/

>
 
Old 02-12-2012, 07:58 PM
Kazuo Teramoto
 
Default Xorg 1.12 moves soon to testing for stabilization phase

On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 07:10:45PM +0100, Thomas Bchler wrote:
> 1) Circular scrolling direction is reversed. This can't be a feature,
> really.
> 2) Speed/acceleration behaviour changed, my touchpad is now much faster
> than it should be (I could reconfigure that, but I shouldn't have to).
> 3) The cursor keeps "coasting" when I keep the finger on the touchpad
> but stop moving. Coasting is disabled in the settings as far as I can
> see (and it should only be coasting if I move towards an edge of the pad).
> [...]
> My touchpad:
> AlpsPS/2 ALPS DualPoint TouchPad

I have the same issues. My touchpad:
AlpsPS/2 ALPS GlidePoint

So, can this be a Alps only issue?
 
Old 02-12-2012, 10:17 PM
Ben Price
 
Default Xorg 1.12 moves soon to testing for stabilization phase

In case it helps, here's another datapoint
I am also seeing these issues. (1,2,3 as in Thomas' email)
1) In addition to circular scrolling being reversed, so is the right-edge
vertical scrolling.
2) Haven't noticed any speed changes, but I don't use the touchpad much,
and could easily have missed this.
3) I see the same here.

My touchpad: AlpsPS/2 ALPS GlidePoint

On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 06:58:12PM -0200, Kazuo Teramoto wrote:
> I have the same issues. My touchpad:
> AlpsPS/2 ALPS GlidePoint
>
> So, can this be a Alps only issue?


> On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 07:10:45PM +0100, Thomas Bchler wrote:
> > 1) Circular scrolling direction is reversed. This can't be a feature,
> > really.
> > 2) Speed/acceleration behaviour changed, my touchpad is now much faster
> > than it should be (I could reconfigure that, but I shouldn't have to).
> > 3) The cursor keeps "coasting" when I keep the finger on the touchpad
> > but stop moving. Coasting is disabled in the settings as far as I can
> > see (and it should only be coasting if I move towards an edge of the pad).
> > [...]
> > My touchpad:
> > AlpsPS/2 ALPS DualPoint TouchPad
 
Old 02-12-2012, 10:24 PM
Thomas Bchler
 
Default Xorg 1.12 moves soon to testing for stabilization phase

Am 13.02.2012 00:17, schrieb Ben Price:
> In case it helps, here's another datapoint
> I am also seeing these issues. (1,2,3 as in Thomas' email)
> 1) In addition to circular scrolling being reversed, so is the right-edge
> vertical scrolling.

I didn't notice this at first, but yes, same here.
 
Old 02-12-2012, 10:28 PM
Thomas Bchler
 
Default Xorg 1.12 moves soon to testing for stabilization phase

Am 13.02.2012 00:24, schrieb Thomas Bchler:
> Am 13.02.2012 00:17, schrieb Ben Price:
>> In case it helps, here's another datapoint
>> I am also seeing these issues. (1,2,3 as in Thomas' email)
>> 1) In addition to circular scrolling being reversed, so is the right-edge
>> vertical scrolling.
>
> I didn't notice this at first, but yes, same here.
>

Wrong again. It seems to change direction at will.
 
Old 02-13-2012, 12:21 AM
"Mantas M."
 
Default Xorg 1.12 moves soon to testing for stabilization phase

On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 07:10:45PM +0100, Thomas Bächler wrote:
> Synaptics 1.5.99-1 is completely fucked for me.
>
> 1) Circular scrolling direction is reversed. This can't be a feature,
> really.
> 2) Speed/acceleration behaviour changed, my touchpad is now much faster
> than it should be (I could reconfigure that, but I shouldn't have to).
> 3) The cursor keeps "coasting" when I keep the finger on the touchpad
> but stop moving. Coasting is disabled in the settings as far as I can
> see (and it should only be coasting if I move towards an edge of the pad).

Confirmed using "ETPS/2 Elantech Touchpad" on Asus K52JT, although it remains usable if slightly annoying.

--
Mantas Mikulėnas <grawity@gmail.com>
 
Old 02-13-2012, 08:50 AM
Thomas Bchler
 
Default Xorg 1.12 moves soon to testing for stabilization phase

Am 13.02.2012 00:28, schrieb Thomas Bchler:
> Am 13.02.2012 00:24, schrieb Thomas Bchler:
>> Am 13.02.2012 00:17, schrieb Ben Price:
>>> In case it helps, here's another datapoint
>>> I am also seeing these issues. (1,2,3 as in Thomas' email)
>>> 1) In addition to circular scrolling being reversed, so is the right-edge
>>> vertical scrolling.
>>
>> I didn't notice this at first, but yes, same here.
>>
>
> Wrong again. It seems to change direction at will.

I don't think this is a problem with synaptics. On my mouse, buttons 6
and 7 are exchanged.
 
Old 02-17-2012, 04:38 AM
DR
 
Default Xorg 1.12 moves soon to testing for stabilization phase

I noticed after upgrading to xorg 1.12, one scroll up/down on my mouse
occasionally become many scroll ups/downs

On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 5:50 PM, Thomas Bchler <thomas@archlinux.org> wrote:
> Am 13.02.2012 00:28, schrieb Thomas Bchler:
>> Am 13.02.2012 00:24, schrieb Thomas Bchler:
>>> Am 13.02.2012 00:17, schrieb Ben Price:
>>>> In case it helps, here's another datapoint
>>>> I am also seeing these issues. (1,2,3 as in Thomas' email)
>>>> 1) In addition to circular scrolling being reversed, so is the right-edge
>>>> * *vertical scrolling.
>>>
>>> I didn't notice this at first, but yes, same here.
>>>
>>
>> Wrong again. It seems to change direction at will.
>
> I don't think this is a problem with synaptics. On my mouse, buttons 6
> and 7 are exchanged.
>
>
 
Old 02-17-2012, 01:19 PM
Christian Storm
 
Default Xorg 1.12 moves soon to testing for stabilization phase

> On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 5:50 PM, Thomas Bächler <thomas@archlinux.org>
> wrote:
> > Am 13.02.2012 00:28, schrieb Thomas Bächler:
> >> Am 13.02.2012 00:24, schrieb Thomas Bächler:
> >>> Am 13.02.2012 00:17, schrieb Ben Price:
> >>>> In case it helps, here's another datapoint
> >>>> I am also seeing these issues. (1,2,3 as in Thomas' email)
> >>>> 1) In addition to circular scrolling being reversed, so is the
> >>>> right-edge vertical scrolling.
> >>>
> >>> I didn't notice this at first, but yes, same here.
> >>>
> >>
> >> Wrong again. It seems to change direction at will.
> >
> > I don't think this is a problem with synaptics. On my mouse, buttons 6
> > and 7 are exchanged.
> >
> I noticed after upgrading to xorg 1.12, one scroll up/down on my mouse
> occasionally become many scroll ups/downs

I also had this problem with the testing/xorg-server-1.11.99.903-1 package.
Compiling it using the latest subversion PKGBUILD and the patch from
https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=45611
applied solved the problem for me.

Christian.

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2012/2/17 Lukas Fleischer <archlinux@cryptocrack.de>:
> On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 05:58:31PM +0800, 郑文辉(Techlive Zheng) wrote:
>> 2012/2/17 Lukas Fleischer <archlinux@cryptocrack.de>:
>> > On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 05:32:33PM +0800, 大熊 wrote:
>> >> 在 2012年2月17日 下午2:57,Lukas Fleischer <archlinux@cryptocrack.de>写道:
>> >>
>> >> > On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 12:35:03PM +0800, 郑文辉(Techlive Zheng) wrote:
>> >> > > 2012/2/17 大熊 <bearsprite@gmail.com>:
>> >> > > > No matter I manual start any a daemon, I always see a error shown on
>> >> > > > console:
>> >> > > >
>> >> > > > /etc/rc.d/functions: line 506: syntax error near unexpected token `('
>> >> > > > /etc/rc.d/functions: line 506: ` * * * *done < <(findmnt -mrunRo
>> >> > > > TARGET,FSTYPE,OPTIONS /)
>> >> > > >
>> >> > > > But it seem that the daemon can run correctly, so should I need to fix
>> >> > it
>> >> > > > and how to fix it ?
>> >> > >
>> >> > > I don't know why this bug is always occur again and again.
>> >> > >
>> >> > > The fix is to edit /etc/rc.d/functions, change line 506 to the following:
>> >> > >
>> >> > > done < $(findmnt -mrunRo TARGET,FSTYPE,OPTIONS /)
>> >> >
>> >> > Nope. Don't do that. Post the output of `bash --help | head -1`, `which
>> >> > bash` and `pacman -Qo /bin/bash`.
>> >> >
>> >>
>> >> ➜ *~ *bash --help|head -1
>> >> GNU bash, version 4.2.20(2)-release-(i686-pc-linux-gnu)
>> >> ➜ *~ *which bash
>> >> /bin/bash
>> >> ➜ *~ *pacman -Qo /bin/bash
>> >> /bin/bash is owned by bash 4.2.020-1
>> >> ➜ *~
>> >
>> > Weird... Did you enforce POSIX-compatibility somewhere? How do you start
>> > the daemons? Do you use something broken like `sh rc.d start $foo` or
>> > `sh /etc/rc.d/$foo start`?
>> >
>> > If you don't, the outputs of `pacman -Qo /etc/rc.d/functions`, `head -1
>> > /etc/rc.d/functions` and `head -1 /usr/sbin/rc.d` might be helpful as
>> > well.
>>
>> I have the same problem.It is all happened at codes like "done <
>> <(some stuff)",but after I changed it to "done < $(some stuff)", all
>> going well.I don't know bash has such a syntax usage?
>
> "done < $(foo)" isn't the same thing as "done < <(foo)". You break
> scripts by changing that (see "Command Substitution" vs. "Process
> Substitution" in the bash(1) man page). Sounds like process substitution
> support is broken for you which might have occurred because
>
> a) You're not using bash (e.g. running rc.d(8) in sh(1)/$whatever).
I am currently using bash, but I am not sure which shell is using
while booting process.
> b) You built bash manually and disabled process substitution support.
I am using the bash from the official repo.
> c) You're running bash in POSIX mode.
I am not sure about this,how to check it out?
> d) Something else happened.
 

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