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    Exclamation [KDE] Plasma 5 crashe

    Hello everyone,
    I have recently install opensuse LEAP 42.1 and I have installed package for my nvidia carte graphique with "yast". When I reboot my systeme Plasma 5 has been crashed in launch.



    I don't know what is the problem all I've got is this screenshot (https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9w...ew?usp=sharing)

    So could you please help me? thank you very much.

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    Default Re: [KDE] Plasma 5 crashe

    how did you install the nvidia driver, the hard way or the easy way?
    provide
    /var/log/Xorg.0.log
    do you have an optimus system?

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    Default Re: [KDE] Plasma 5 crashe

    try booting with the nomodset option, that should disable the nvidia driver
    when booting in grub select advanced options and there enter nomodset

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    thank you very much for answering my topic.

    I don't really understand what you mean by the hard way or the easy way but i have used this link http://www.itworld.com/article/30038...-leap-421.html

    " I am a new user of linux "

    What did you mean by an optimus system?

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    I can't choose nomodset because when I select advanced options I have the same problem.

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    Default Re: [KDE] Plasma 5 crashe

    Quote Originally Posted by Phenixo View Post
    thank you very much for answering my topic.

    I don't really understand what you mean by the hard way or the easy way but i have used this link http://www.itworld.com/article/30038...-leap-421.html

    " I am a new user of linux "

    What did you mean by an optimus system?
    the easy way is bu using prebuild driver from nvidia for openSUSE
    https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:NVIDIA_drivers

    the hard way is using nvidia's generic *.run Linux driver that needs to be compiled
    https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:NVIDIA_the_hard_way

    an optimus system is a type of Laptop that has both an nvidia external card and an build-in intel card that "talk to each other" an optimus system is a power-saving pc that uses intel's card for simple things and nvidia's for more complex operations, those laptops need a special type of nvidia driver know as bumblebee
    https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:NVIDIA_Bumblebee

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    Default Re: [KDE] Plasma 5 crashe

    So I have used the easy way.
    and I think that I have a optimus system

    Can you tell me how to reapaire my system and install my nvidia driver?

    Thanks



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    Default Re: [KDE] Plasma 5 crashe

    Quote Originally Posted by Phenixo View Post
    So I have used the easy way.
    and I think that I have a optimus system.
    the regular driver will not work in an optimus, boot with the nomodset option, remove the regular driver and install bumblebee (see above link), I've never used bumblebee so I can't be more help

    edit
    note that the snapper commands from the opensuse wiki are doable if you used btrfs for your root file system (I still use ext4) just wanted to point that out if you used a different file system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I_A View Post
    the regular driver will not work in an optimus, boot with the nomodset option, remove the regular driver and install bumblebee (see above link), I've never used bumblebee so I can't be more help
    Like I said I can't boot with the nomodset option because I have the same problem when I select advanced options

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    Default Re: [KDE] Plasma 5 crashe

    Quote Originally Posted by Phenixo View Post
    Like I said I can't boot with the nomodset option because I have the same problem when I select advanced options
    OK try this
    go to advanced options and enter the number 3
    3
    that will boot in run mode 3 text mode
    in text mode login as root and execute yast
    this will start the text version of yast, go to software management and uninstall the nvidia driver

    ps. the nomodset command disables all external drivers and should work?

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