> Watching videos with VLC often leads to complete freeze of my machine.
> Especially when pausing a video or rezising the window.
> Here i added several complete /var/log folders from 4 crashes (all without my
> workaround, obviously):
There are no logs there. I think the URL is wrong.
> The first 2 i prepared right after the crash. I did a hard reset of the machine
> and booted right into recovery mode. From there i copied the whole /var/log
> folder to crash1 and by the next freeze to crash2. I hope this will give you
> valuable information.
> Crash3 and crash 4 i did a normal cold start of the machine, entering graphical
> mode directly (i.e. without first booting into recovery mode).
> This bug is bugging me since 2.6.32.
Hm, thanks. Please provide:
- precise steps to reproduce the problem, expected result, actual result,
and how the difference indicates a bug (should be simple enough)
- which kernel versions you have tried and what happened with each
- full "dmesg" output from booting and reproducing the problem on an
- full output from "reportbug --template xserver-xorg-video-radeon", as an
- any other weird symptoms or workarounds
If you get a chance to test 3.4.y from experimental, that would also be
useful. The only packages from outside squeeze that should be needed for
this test are the kernel image itself, linux-base, and initramfs-tools.
If it reproduces the bug, we can pass this upstream. If it doesn't, we
can try to find what change fixed it and apply the same change to squeeze
and wheezy. So either way is a win.
Hope that helps,
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