[pkg-wine-party] Bug#697913: wine crash with nouveau vieux driver

Trek trek00 at inbox.ru
Sat Jan 12 19:54:15 UTC 2013

On Sat, 12 Jan 2013 16:12:28 +0100
Hilko Bengen <bengen at debian.org> wrote:

>> A binary package of patched libwine-gl would be really appreciated 
>Please use the packages at http://people.debian.org/~bengen/wine/

Many thanks for the package built with the patch, but unlucky the issue
is not resolved. I have done more testing and I found that I
misunderstood code and error messages.

SimpleGLUT demo runs fine with and without the patch!

It actually use hardware acceleration (90fps vs 3fps on software render)

Critter fails with and without the patch, but not with software renderer

I have attached the full dump of patched and unpatched version.

The function wined3d_guess_card_vendor returns anyway HW_VENDOR_NVIDIA
even if not correctly recognized. The function select_card_nvidia_mesa
has a fallback to discover the card by gl_info. So the patch I proposed
may be useful but not required.

The error messages "Received unrecognized GL_VENDOR" and "Unknown
renderer" appear only when launching Critter and not with Simpleglut.

Running critter the common error with and without the patch is:
nv10_state_fb.c:50: get_rt_format: Assertion `0' failed.

that should not be an error of wine, but of nouveaux driver.

So, I'm really sorry to have misreported the bug to wine and to have you
work on this.

I think the bug should be reassigned to the libgl1-mesa-dri package.

I found similar bug reports with other old GForce < NV30:

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