Created attachment 1242408 [details]
The X11 log
Description of problem:
When I attach an external monitor to my laptop, the login screen is black (I can only see the mouse icon) and to make it appear I must press the mouse button.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Attach the external monitor to the laptop's VGA port
2. Power on the laptop and boot Fedora
3. Wait for the login screen (which will appear as a blank screen)
Black login screen
This problem appeared when I first installed Fedora 25 (few days after its release), then disappeared at a certain point in time until today.
I'm pretty sure that until yesterday, with installed xorg-x11-server ver. 1.19.1-1.fc25.x86_64, the problem was not present.
- Fedora 25 x86_64 with XFCE and LightDM
- Graphics card: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000
Created attachment 1242409 [details]
LightDM log (found under /var/log/lightdm)
Created attachment 1242410 [details]
Greeter log (found under /var/log/lightdm)
Created attachment 1242411 [details]
X log (found under /var/log/lightdm)
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