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    Default Latest TW update 20180626 breaks libinput-gestures

    As mentioned in title, latest update breaks libinput-gestures. There was an update of libinput-tools package which is required for gestures. I assume that this breaks it.
    Edit:
    After digging in debug mode this was shown:
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    adam@zenbook ~  
    ╰─➤  libinput-gestures -d
    libinput-gestures: session KDE+x11 on Linux-4.17.2-1-default-x86_64-with-glibc2.3.4, python 3.6.5, libinput 1.11.1
    Gestures configured in ~/.config/libinput-gestures.conf:
    swipe up           _internal ws_up
    swipe down         _internal ws_down
    swipe left         xdotool key alt+Right
    swipe right        xdotool key alt+Left
    pinch in           xdotool key Ctrl+F10
    pinch out          xdotool key Alt+F10
    Command '['libinput', 'list-devices']' died with <Signals.SIGSEGV: 11>.
    Can not see any devices, did you add yourself to the input group and log out/in?
    Could not determine touchpad device.

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    Default Odp: Latest TW update 20180626 breaks libinput-gestures

    And a lot of these in journal:
    Code:
    cze 28 20:25:48 zenbook systemd-coredump[1946]: Process 1943 (libinput-list-d) of user 1000 dumped core.

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    Default Re: Odp: Latest TW update 20180626 breaks libinput-gestures

    Did you report it as a bug yet?
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    Default Odp: Latest TW update 20180626 breaks libinput-gestures

    No, where should I report it?

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    Default Re: Odp: Latest TW update 20180626 breaks libinput-gestures

    Quote Originally Posted by dooshpastesh View Post
    No, where should I report it?
    Here...
    https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/index.cgi
    and we also have a guide about submitting bug reports...
    https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Submitting_bug_reports
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    Default Re: Latest TW update 20180626 breaks libinput-gestures

    I'm not familiar with libinput-gestures, but noticed the following from your opening post
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    Can not see any devices, did you add yourself to the input group and log out/in?
    Could not determine touchpad device.
    Is the user a member of the input group ?

    It's never been a requirement for libinput historically, but perhaps gestures works differently? I've read some reports (different distros) describing similar eg

    http://www.lorenzobettini.it/2017/02...nput-gestures/
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    Default Odp: Latest TW update 20180626 breaks libinput-gestures

    Yes, the user is a member of input group. I've add myself during initial setup of libinput-gestures. It was working before last update. I'll try to submit a bug today.

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    Default Odp: Latest TW update 20180626 breaks libinput-gestures

    That's my first bug submitted, so if something wrong, please correct me
    https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1099620

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    Default Re: Odp: Latest TW update 20180626 breaks libinput-gestures

    Quote Originally Posted by dooshpastesh View Post
    That's my first bug submitted, so if something wrong, please correct me
    https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1099620
    Well done. You'll be notified if any further information/testing is required, or advice given etc.
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    Default Odp: Latest TW update 20180626 breaks libinput-gestures

    My bug was removed from bugzilla. It just disappeared.

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