Race condition? (was: RE: Icon problems when running in x86
Sander van Grieken
sander at 3v8.net
Sat Aug 25 19:19:56 CEST 2007
On Tuesday 21 August 2007 03:47:46 John Seghers wrote:
> Following up to myself...
> John Seghers wrote:
> > Alexandros Karypidis wrote
> > > When I try to run OpenMoko in a Xephyr window on my x86 box, the
> > > display comes up with the icons missing. I get the following messages
> > > in the chroot shell from where /etc/X11/Xsession is launched:
> > I don't have an answer for you. I just wanted to chime in that my x86
> > chroot version works exactly the same way as yours--icons missing.
> I have a theory about this, though nothing more than intuition to back it
> up at the moment.
> I've always gotten this problem when running the desktop build in Xephyr. I
> had not seen it in QEMU, though some others have commented that it does
> Until today, I'd not seen it happen on the actual hardware. It happened
> once today. I tried ssh'ing into the phone, killed the X session (and the
> dbus deamon it launches) and restarted X using
> /etc/init.d/xserver-nodm start
> And the icons showed up. So it wasn't a bad image (as I'd always kind of
> It sounds to me like there's a race condition somewhere. On the desktop,
> the icons always lost the race, but on the emulator and hardware they
> usually win.
> That may also be the case with the Keyboard button at the top of the
> screen... It's usually there, but sometimes it's missing.
> Now, it may be that this only happens on 2007.1 and that 2007.2 will simply
> leave this issue behind... or it may be something that needs to be
> - John
I see the same behaviour with 2007.2 x86 vs. fic-gta01 builds.
AFAICS the x86 chroot uses the 'hicolor' icons instead of the
openmoko-standard icons. I moved hicolor out of the way and replaced it with
a symlink to openmoko-standard as a quick fix..
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