I have a working openSUSE 12.3, 3.7.10-1.11-desktop x86_64 with Gnome
22.214.171.124. I have also tried a Gnome 3.8 upgrade for the 12.3 kernel and
got it to work.
So I tried to upgrade a parallell root installation on the same hardware
(dual boot, common /home) to Tumbleweed 3.9.4-11.g51bf0ff-desktop with
Gnome 3.8.2, and got a broken GDM login with the message:
"Oh no! Something has gone wrong. A problem has occurred and the system
recover. All extensions have disabled as a precaution. [Logout]"
Now I have also tried openSUSE 13.1 M1, 3.9.0-1-desktop x86_64 and Gnome
3.8.1, and get the same broken GDM login problem.
Has anybody success with 13.1 M1 and Gnome login?
What can possibly be done to fix this login, there is no longer fallback
mode? (KDE works ok)
(Possibly, can the common /home for 12.3/Gnome 3.6 extensions and
13.1/Gnome 3.8 cause any problem? When I boot back to 12.3/Gnome 3.6
again, the Gnome shell extensions are disabled as the error mesage say.
I haven't yet tried a new /home for Tumbleweed nor 13.1 with Gnome 3.8)
Terje J. Hanssen
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