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Solaris Express Developer Edition Release Notes
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Solaris Express 1/06 Issues

The following issue applies to the Solaris Express 1/06 release.

x86: Graphics of Sun Java Desktop System Might Become Corrupted After Installation (6358446)

The graphics of the Java DS might become corrupted if you install the Solaris Express 1/06 software in the following manner:

  • You install the software by using the DVD media or a DVD image on the network.

  • You configure the system to use the Xorg X server.

The error is observed on systems that use certain Matrox graphics cards such as the Millennium G450, AGP, DualHead card, or the Millennium G400 card.

No error messages are displayed. However, you might observe the following symptoms on all GNOME applications:

  • Icons and window titles exhibit unassigned colors.

  • Buttons overlap.

  • The positions of icons are unstable.

Workaround: None.

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