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Noveau and warm reboot

Last updated on 11 years ago
emeckemeckJunior Member
Posted 11 years ago
In Icaros 1.5.1, if I do a warm reboot with CTRL+Amiga+Amiga or Wanderer menu Shutdown... -> Restart AROS it actually reboots (I can hear the start jingle) but the the display stays with the "unrebooted" Wanderer screen and whatever window was opened before the warm reboot.

Some seconds the after the start jingle is heard, the screen goes off and on again and the mouse pointer is visible and moves, but still over the "unrebooted" Wanderer screen.

This happens with the noveau driver and a GeForce4 MX 440. With VESA mode it works as it should. Can this be fixed someway?
cavemannSoftware Dev
Posted 11 years ago
I have the same problem with Nvidia mode (Vesa works) and I have mentioned it at Aros-Exec.

Please make a comment at Aros-Exec. If enough people say something about this, then the devs might take notice. Here is the thread...


Edit: I see you have already taken care of it. Good deal :)
Edited by cavemann on 16-03-2013 19:50, 11 years ago
emeckemeckJunior Member
Posted 11 years ago
I missed that post from you in that thread, thanks for the link. I've also commented in that thread now.
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