- Raspberry Pi 3B running freshly flashed Buster SD card.
- Graphics: Pi => hdmi-to-VGA => monitor.
- Pi and monitor are on same power strip. Both turn off together once pi has shutdown.
- Updated, upgraded and autoremoved. No dpkg errors.
- OpenGL with fake KMS has been enabled via raspi-config.
- More RAM used. (250 MB instead of 130 MB.)
- Entire screen freezes at random times, even when there is plenty free RAM and cpu usage is low.
- Strange artifacts appear such as this one:
- Sometimes it incorrectly guesses the screen resolution on boot (800x600 instead of 1280x1024)
Notice the black space on the left, and cut off on the right.
Strangely, a reboot doesn't fix it! I have to shutdown and turn off the power strip for the screen resolution to be correct next time.
I attribute all of the above problems to openGL being on, because when it is off, none of these problems have ever occurred.
- Has anyone experienced any of these problems before?
- If so, did you find any solutions besides turning openGL off?
- If not, any ideas why I am the only one?