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Re: [opensuse-factory] Complete lockups on plasma
On 15/02/17 03:13 PM, Roman Bysh wrote:
On 15/02/17 04:08 AM, ianseeks wrote:
On Tuesday, 14 February 2017 22:56:18 GMT Roman Bysh wrote:
On 14/02/17 08:35 AM, Mykola Krachkovsky wrote:
неділя, 12 лютого 2017 р. 11:58:58 EET Lew Wolfgang написано:
On 02/12/2017 11:47 AM, ianseeks wrote:

Anyone else experiencing plasma locking solid so you have to physically
reboot? I've been having this about twice a day on average over the
month or so.

What's the symptom when it locks? Black screen? Pixelated? Flashing?
What were you doing when it froze?

I've seen various ugly things with plasma. Some of the effects seem to
be related to old Nvidia graphics adapters, others are black screens
when logging in a new user for the first time.

Can you unlock the freeze with a Control-alt-backspace key combo? This
kills the X session.

BTW, the new-user problem happens when I use useradd to create a new
user. the .cache and .dbus directories are owned root.root. Just doing
a chown -R fixes the problem. I've seen this happen with 42.1 and 42.2.


If locking means problematic X session lock then "loginctl list-sessions"
"loginctl unlock-session ..." from tty (Ctrl+Alt+F1) might help.

I had the uncontrollable flickering briefly one evening. After an update it
has stopped. I'm using a GeForce 750 Ti 2GB of vram.

I get the flickering screen randomly, shows mainly when i use the scroll
on my mouse, i can logout and the next time its fine.

I'm using the latest Nvidia driver. Is this an issue with the driver or
plasma shell?

What is causing my CPU to be running at 100 percent? Running the Yast2
and then trying to open Software Management completely locked everything.

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