Description of problem:
Sometimes when I upgrade my Fedora 20 KDE and then I try to shutdown, doesn't do anything, and when I press again the KDE menu button, it freezes, except the mouse. When it happens, I can go to terminal, but when I try to login with a user, I can't enter the password. The only way to turn off is pressing the power button, and then the computer shutdowns normally. When I'm in tty, I watch the KDE cursor and I can move it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Upgrade Fedora normally, and it's possible that sometimes this bug appears
Steps to Reproduce:
KDE freezes, except the mouse. Impossible login with any user. X cursor is showing in tty.
System works correctly.
I don't know if this happens with any other DE. Not necessarily this sympthoms occur in this order. When this bug happens, you can't login with root in terminal emulator.
I have assigned this bug to "distribution" because I don't know what components are involved :P
Today this issue has returned.
But I realized that after update and before freeze, kded4 was using more than 800 MB of RAM.
It sounds similar to this bug, but I'm not sure:
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