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[opensuse-factory] Major trouble after todays Factory update
Hi,

Today I updated to current TW/Factory:
susi:~ # cat /etc/os-release
NAME=openSUSE
VERSION="20150413 (Tumbleweed)"
VERSION_ID="20150413"
PRETTY_NAME="openSUSE 20150413 (Tumbleweed) (x86_64)"
ID=opensuse
ANSI_COLOR="0;32"
CPE_NAME="cpe:/o:opensuse:opensuse:20150413"
BUG_REPORT_URL="https://bugs.opensuse.org";
HOME_URL="https://opensuse.org/";
ID_LIKE="suse"

Certainly a bad idea :-)

* gdm fails to start, after a few minutes I'm at least able to log on the text
console
It is either "/usr/lib/gdm/gdm-wayland-session[1253]: Unable to register
display with display manager" or, if I try to switch back to X, it's
"/usr/lib/gdm/gdm-x-session[9556]: Unable to run X server".

Ok, try lightdm. Logs me into XFCE, but nm-applet does no longer know the
configured networks. Try kdm4, the same. xdm does not allow to select a DE and
tries to start KDE -- instant ctrl-alt-backspace twice :-)

Something is wrong with my permissions:
as root:
susi:~ # nmcli c
NAME UUID TYPE
DEVICE
linuxtage 4fc5446c-7020-41ea-abbe-21ba03706055
802-11-wireless --
WLAN_GAESTE 8c58232e-3bb7-4c03-9a32-dbcfd3f7833b
802-11-wireless --
Software 18f1ab17-d1af-490a-8d2d-1469c7ac9ace
802-11-wireless --
[...about 50 more networks...]
seife's milestone-Netzwerk 6d8fd21a-ac2e-442f-bf7b-0dd2a50a697e bluetooth
--
virbr0 02424e1a-e412-428b-811f-0245935f3033 bridge
virbr0
defy 834a07de-200f-4a27-8163-64c241ebb623
802-11-wireless --
virbr0-nic be935080-1fcb-45cb-9f02-dbe85833c7fc generic
virbr0-nic

as user:
seife@susi:~> nmcli c
NAME UUID TYPE DEVICE
virbr0 02424e1a-e412-428b-811f-0245935f3033 bridge virbr0
virbr0-nic be935080-1fcb-45cb-9f02-dbe85833c7fc generic virbr0-nic
Auto cable facf0891-0ac2-4a49-ade1-faa8da8d175e 802-3-ethernet cable

Actually I had to plug in a cable to send this mail.
Working around the problem by using nmcli as root does not work, because the
credentials are stored in the gnome-keyring...

So what can I do to debug this?

polkitd ist running
systemd-logind is running

loginctl does not show anything, neither as root:
susi:~ # loginctl
SESSION UID USER SEAT

0 sessions listed.

...nor as user:
seife@susi:~> loginctl
SESSION UID USER SEAT

0 sessions listed.

But I have no idea if this needs to be like this or if there is the error?

Any hints on how to get my wireless back? HELP! :-)

Best regards,

Stefan
--
Stefan Seyfried

"For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over
public relations, for nature cannot be fooled." -- Richard Feynman
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