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    Default Fresh install of tumbleweed, lock screen doesnt work.

    As title says, fresh install. Lock screen doesnt work. It crashes gnome-shell, and if invoked again, crashes out to gdm. Suspend is also messed up and will suspend and resume, but will not ask for password on resume.

    Any tips?
    Thanks,
    Andrew.

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    Default Re: Fresh install of tumbleweed, lock screen doesnt work.

    I started keeping tabs on what happens when the lock fails, and gnome-shell restarts on me:

    Code:
    [ 9455.696985] show_signal_msg: 43 callbacks suppressed
    [ 9455.696987] gnome-shell[2462]: segfault at 0 ip 00007fa63a32d0d7 sp 00007ffdf0a2f5b0 error 6 in libmozjs-60.so[7fa63a11e000+c54000]
    [ 9455.696992] Code: 68 0a 00 00 e8 5a fe ff ff 80 38 00 0f 84 c6 fe ff ff ba 25 01 00 00 48 8d 35 7d c0 a4 00 48 8d 3d bb c0 a4 00 e8 bd 0a e0 ff <c7> 04 25 00 00 00 00 25 01 00 00 e8 39 27 df ff 66 0f 1f 84 00 00
    Hth,
    Andrew.

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    Default Re: Fresh install of tumbleweed, lock screen doesnt work.

    Code:
    [ 9455.696985] show_signal_msg: 43 callbacks suppressed
    [ 9455.696987] gnome-shell[2462]: segfault at 0 ip 00007fa63a32d0d7 sp 00007ffdf0a2f5b0 error 6 in libmozjs-60.so[7fa63a11e000+c54000]
    Did you install Tumbleweed from a DVD .iso or Network install .iso? It might be that the liveusb has had a corruption, you could test the liveusb at the boot screen.

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    Default Re: Fresh install of tumbleweed, lock screen doesnt work.

    1. Immediately after any new install, you should run "zypper dup" to ensure your install has installed any recently released fixes, patches and new features
    Code:
    zypper dup
    For this and additional things you can or should do from pre-install to first steps after initial install, my recommendations are in my presentation slide deck

    https://slides.com/tonysu/opensuse/#/

    2. You need to verify the installed Desktop, that it's Gnome (various other Desktops often install Gnome components like XFCE). This is because nowadays the lock screen isn't managed by the OS, it's managed by the Desktop.

    3. Just to doublecheck you're setting the lock screen correctly, you should describe what tool you're using.

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