On Fri, Oct 13, 2017 at 3:11 AM, Kirill Kirillov
On 10/10/2017 02:18 PM, Robert Munteanu wrote:
I have recently lost the ability to switch ttys after a recent
upgrade, I think the one with Gnome 3.26.1 .
I am using the most recent TW packages, with the Nvidia proprietary
drivers from the tumbleweed repo -
The sympton is gdm comes up fine, I can enter my login data but then
the screen blanks after logging in. Switching to another tty using
Ctrl-Alt-F1 or similar does not work. I suspect that the same problem
appears when logging in since (to my knowledge) gdm remains active on
tty2 and creates the desktop session on ttty7.
- boot in multi-user mode, manually issue systemctl start display-manager
- immediately restart gdm ( Ctrl-Alt-Backspace ) after reboot, second
instance seems to work fine
Has anyone seen this? If this is a bug to file, where should it go?
I have got the same issue after updating to Gnome 3.26.0. The workaround of
my choice was removing "splash=silent" from kernel parameters.
Thanks for the confirmation, that works for me as well - I guess the
tty switch is implicit when removing splash=silent.
FWIW, I have posted on the NVidia forums, hopefully someone more
knowledgeable can help.
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