Reboot failure if video color depth set less than 32 bits per pixel
|Reported by:||gerald zajac||Owned by:||axeld|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||x86|
If a video mode with a color depth less than 32 bits per pixel (e.g. 8, 15, or 16 bpp) is set, it works fine until the computer is rebooted. Then Haiku crashes during reboot, and you wind up in gdb. This is not unique to any particular video driver, since this has happened consistently with the Savage4, NVidia TNT2, and Matrox G550 video cards that I have tried. This problem was found in hrev22950, but may have existed in previous revisions.