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Re: Blender freezes i3wm

From: Ekaitz Zarraga
Subject: Re: Blender freezes i3wm
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 2021 01:09:36 +0000

Hi all,

I just tried with Gnome Desktop and I was able to replicate the same issue,
it could be related with the hardware or with X11?

I needed to push it a little bit further this time but I remember to
sculpt the models I used for the testing in this actual device or the
previous laptop, which was just older and lower quality...

I am pretty sure this didn't happen in older versions like the 2.7...

The way I manage to replicate is entering the Sculpting mode and rotating
the model.

It just freezes the screen (but not the mouse pointer!).

Just to test I managed to use my muscle memory to run a terminal and
reboot the computer using hotkeys and imagining how should the screen
look like. It actually rebooted the computer as expected.

Also I see no increment on the processing or the temperature of the CPU.

So it's like the window manager or something has issues to manage this
but I don't get what kind of debugging information can I obtain from
the fact that the mouse pointer can be moved around.

Does anyone have any suggestion on that?

> I haven't used it for a long time in a while, so, not sure. I'll do
> some more modeling soon, I'll try to push it then.
> I'm using Sway currently, which seems rather stable. Maybe try that?
> Don't even need to reconfigure, just guix environment --ad-hoc sway
> (and maybe some more packages) and dbus-run-session sway on a different
> vtty.

I'll give it a try to this too, just in case it's only related with X.

Thanks for the advice. I'll keep you posted!

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