On 2019-01-18 1:00 p.m., Patrick Shanahan wrote:
Are you saying
it is specifically the LOGON screen that is black?
When you 'startx' I presume there is no login screen since you are already
correct. booting to graphical.target present black logon screen and
restarting sddm doesn't change it nor does <ctrl><alt><backspace>
startx as <user> present the same environment/display I had previously
booting to graphical.target and does so from either multi-user or
Perhaps, just perhaps, something has corrupted, removed or otherwise affected
the files concerned with the display of the graphical image and the overlay of
the dialogue box.
I use to know about these things for KDE3, played with trying to
customise/create one of my own, but for the current system, SDDM and all, I
don't know where to begin.
Perhaps other might give you a clue what to look for, what to verify?
Or perhaps the best thing is to investigate using yast/zypper/rpm and the man
pages what is involved and reinstall. Which is a memory fart as to how I found
out for KDE3 ...
Oh, wait, this is Tumbleweed ...
Q: Are you sure?
> A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
>> Q: Why is top posting frowned upon?
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