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Re: [opensuse-factory] Re: Major trouble after todays Factory update
* Stefan Seyfried <stefan.seyfried@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> [2015-04-16 19:59]:
I forgot to mention:

Am 16.04.2015 um 19:52 schrieb Stefan Seyfried:
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?

additionally, power management functions like "suspend" or "hibernate"
via xfce4-power-manager also do not work. I guess it is the same
permissions issue?

Yeah, all of the above operations are in openSUSE by default only
available to an unprivileged user on the active console without
additional authentication. So if you don't have an active session
registered with systemd-logind as the above indicates, polkit
will not grant permission for these privileged operations or as
for authentication via a polkit-agent.
Maybe your PAM config is broken? Or there is something wrong with
logind.
--
Guido Berhoerster
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