XFree86 specific extensions used in gnome?

On Wed, Jul 22, 1998 at 12:09:26PM -0400, Manish Vachharajani wrote:

> Which 24bpp problems?  I am running close to the latest ImLib on a XFree86
> 24bit server with no problems.  What OS/Server are you running Miguel, and
> do the endianesses of the server and host match?

I have a freshly checked out Imlib (from anoncvs). Everything runs fine
when I run locally on my ix86 Debian box, 16-bit XFree86 server.

But when I try to run any gnome-app on the same box but a NT4.0 box
running MI/X as X-server, 24-bit, I get problems, which seem to be
Imlib-related. Don't know if this is the same that Miguel gets, but
here it is:

When running:

~ $gnomine
message: pos_menubar: 0

** ERROR **: sigsegv caught

** ERROR **: BadGC (invalid GC parameter)
  serial 41 error_code 13 request_code 56 minor_code 0


... And gdb output:

(gdb) run
Starting program: /home/simon/GNOME/cvs/gnome-games/gnomine/gnomine
message: pos_menubar: 0

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x4037d338 in free ()
(gdb) bt
#0  0x4037d338 in free ()
#1  0x4037ca4a in __malloc_check_init ()
#2  0x4037d095 in malloc ()
#3  0x4037cb25 in malloc ()
#4  0x40252946 in g_malloc (size=80) at gmem.c:123
#5  0x40091712 in gdk_imlib_pixmap_foreign_new (width=32, height=32, depth=1,
    pmap=8388617) at rend.c:14
#6  0x400a19c2 in gdk_imlib_render (im=0x8089330, w=32, h=32) at rend.c:5774
#7  0x4004764d in finish_load (gpixmap=0x80892f0, im=0x8089330, scaled=0,
    width=0, height=0, destroy=1) at gnome-pixmap.c:449
#8  0x4004780c in load_xpm_d (gpixmap=0x80892f0, xpm_data=0x8056d60, scaled=0,
    width=0, height=0) at gnome-pixmap.c:490
#9  0x40047b4d in gnome_pixmap_load_xpm_d (gpixmap=0x80892f0,
    xpm_data=0x8056d60) at gnome-pixmap.c:551
#10 0x400468fd in gnome_pixmap_new_from_xpm_d (xpm_data=0x8056d60)
    at gnome-pixmap.c:150
#11 0x804befd in main (argc=1, argv=0xbffffcdc) at gnomine.c:677

Hope this might help...

Simon Kågedal <simon@sdf.se> - Homepage: http://www.sdf.se/~simon/

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