On Tuesday, 24 October 2017 14:15:26 BST Dominique Leuenberger wrote:
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Packages changed: cpupower curl (7.55.0 -> 7.56.0) dos2unix (7.3.5 -> 7.4.0) eog gdm glibc glibc gnome-control-center gnome-session gnome-shell gnome-vfs2 gtk3 installation-images-Kubic (14.336 -> 14.339) kernel-firmware (20170906 -> 20171009) kernel-source (4.13.6 -> 4.13.8) libXfont2 (2.0.1 -> 2.0.2) libXres (1.0.7 -> 1.2.0) libgnome libid3tag libidl libreoffice (22.214.171.124 -> 126.96.36.199) libsoup (2.60.0 -> 2.60.1) libvirt libzypp (16.17.1 -> 16.17.3) mutter polkit-default-privs postfix python-certifi python-numpy rdma-core sddm shadow shared-mime-info texlive-specs-m unbound (1.6.6 -> 1.6.7) vala (0.38.1 -> 0.38.2) xdm xf86-input-mouse xkeyboard-config
This update has changed my login manager to "ssdm" with the Maldives theme from "kdm" which is what it has been set to for years, its also set my keyboard to US even though all my locale settings are still English-UK. Yast is still reporting kdm as the display manager and keyboard as UK.
Any ideas? I am going to shutdown and reboot to see if its just a freak situation.