After installing the latest dbus-1.8.16 update I had problems with KDE login.
KDM works fine, when logging in the screen is black and kde logo in the center
is gray and remains that way but I hear the login sound playing. The main thing
I updated was dbus and after downgrading the problem went away. Perhaps some
change in dbus effecting KDE?
Looks like a dbus regression, reassigning.
It may be the same regression that's hitting Rawhide (see bug #1191171).
Tested fresh f21/kde install + this update, cannot reproduce.
Reassigning to kde-workspace (for now)
Reporter, when this happens, could you post the contents of your ~/.xsession-errors
Dear Rex, this is only happening on my desktop and not the laptop. I will do
this asap but today we have an ice storm in Nashville and I wan't be able to
go to the office....hopefully tomorrow.
No problem (no rush), be safe weathering the storm.
Back in the office. Now I can't reproduce the problem but in the meantime I
updated few packages, including mesa to 10.4.4. I rebooted twice and logged in
and it was a bit slow but managed to show the desktop. Prior to updates I could
reproduce it multiple times....if it happens again I will post. Thanks
Ok...it started to happen again. Rebooted 3 times with the same symptomps
described above. Downgraded dbus and it worked. I am attaching the
.xsession files from non-working and working situations.
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