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GUI issue on Linux on HiDPI

PostSun Jan 21, 2018 3:40 am

Hello.


I've been experiencing an issue with the main menu comes up with no any text entry after some navigation through
Tools -> 3D -> ...
Tools -> Blur -> ...
Tools -> Color -> ...

Zen AiO Pro Z240IC
3840x2160 Intel® Core™ i7 6700T NVIDIA® GeForce GTX960M
Debian 9
Fusion 9.0.2 build 15

The issue was tested on KDE/Gnome/Xfce with no compiz
using Intel HD and then try Bumblebee as well

Ubuntu 16.04 with Prime has the same problem

We like Fusion a lot so would you please resolve it.
Thank you.
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Re: GUI issue on Linux on HiDPI

PostThu Jan 25, 2018 10:58 am

first fresh start of Fusion 9.0.2 has the dmesg output :

GUI Thread[7225]: segfault at 18 ip 00007ff8daff5264 sp 00007ffda3350eb0 error 4 in libfusionsystem.so[7ff8da2af000+1689000]
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Re: GUI issue on Linux on HiDPI

PostThu Jan 25, 2018 1:04 pm

1. fresh install
2. the very first start
3. just click to close Composition1
4. crash

Fusion 9.0.2
debian 9.3 using cinnamon
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Re: GUI issue on Linux on HiDPI

PostThu Jan 25, 2018 7:10 pm

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Re: GUI issue on Linux on HiDPI

PostFri Jan 26, 2018 4:04 am

Theodor Groeneboom wrote:Ubuntu isn't an official supported platform as far as I know. Only Centos is.

That said; I've been using Fu on Linux (ubuntu, centos and manjaro, xfce and i3 for DM) since the first linux builds and never had this specific issue.

Dear sir,
I really appreciate your answer but
As far as I could see CentOS has been updated seriously regarding DE and libs since v 7.0 was released
So would you please share some technical details in order to get it working smooth and stable
In case it is possible for you to share:
- best CentOS ver?
- is it kernel independent?
- best DE ver?
- best qt ver?
- best other system libs ver?
and so on

Thank you.
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Re: GUI issue on Linux on HiDPI

PostSat Jan 27, 2018 8:26 pm

I am pretty sure that Fusion ships with most libraries (Frameworks/lib) and loads them via relative RPATH.

The crash looks also more like something internal to Fusion.

I am on Fedora 25-27 without (related) issues, however I do not have a HiDPI device.
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Re: GUI issue on Linux on HiDPI

PostSun Jan 28, 2018 4:57 am

the crash is the case at the first install with no reboot and Fusion was the only window opened
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Re: GUI issue on Linux on HiDPI

PostSun Jan 28, 2018 5:00 am

Blazej Floch wrote:...., however I do not have a HiDPI device.

this was related on the menu issue, imo
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Re: GUI issue on Linux on HiDPI

PostSun Jan 28, 2018 5:28 am

Sorry I was misreading both issues being one.

As to the crash: You do use primusrun / optirun, right? I would assume that intel graphics will not be good enough for fusion.

Is this crash reproducible? Can you launch from the console do you get any more info?

For example I had to make sure to have OpenCL libraries installed, and in my case it originally had mesa's opencl which I had to remove.
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Re: GUI issue on Linux on HiDPI

PostMon Jan 29, 2018 2:34 pm

Blazej Floch wrote:

Is this crash reproducible?

Yes. It crashes on Prime (mint 18), Intel and primusrun/optirun (debian 9.3).
Can you launch from the console do you get any more info?

No.
the crash is the case at the first install with no reboot and Fusion was the only window opened

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