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Thread: Gnome 3.32 crashes on Wayland

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    Angry Gnome 3.32 crashes on Wayland

    After update gnome desktop just crashes after I login and try press "Supper" key

    configuration:
    Gnome 3.32 Wayland + intel (or nvidia) driver
    (Lenovo Thinkpad 580 T laptop)

    under X session it works but creepy - mouse cursor is constantly blinking and gnome-shell consume 100% CPU

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    Default Re: Gnome 3.32 crashes on Wayland

    UPD

    reproducible with
    * HDMI Display
    * closed laptop lid
    * ThinkPad USB 3.0 Dockstation

    in case with thunderbolt display and open lid - works fine

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    Default Re: Gnome 3.32 crashes on Wayland

    On Tue 07 May 2019 07:36:03 PM CDT, n surgeon wrote:

    UPD

    reproducible with
    * HDMI Display
    * closed laptop lid
    * ThinkPad USB 3.0 Dockstation

    in case with thunderbolt display and open lid - works fine
    Hi
    Are you using extensions? If so disable temporarily and see if it
    duplicates.

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    Default Re: Gnome 3.32 crashes on Wayland

    Thanks

    Problem was solved by reinstalling KDE Plasma (which was removed right before update).
    And I can't understand hoe it helped but looks like there are some dependencies (probably from extensions, mentioned in prev comment)

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    Default Re: Gnome 3.32 crashes on Wayland

    Quote Originally Posted by n_surgeon View Post
    Problem was solved by reinstalling KDE Plasma (which was removed right before update).
    Interesting. Gnome 3.32 seems stable here, but then I kept KDE.

    I'm wondering if the link between the two (Gnome and KDE) exists only in user settings files. Maybe a completely new user would have found Gnome to be stable.
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    Default Re: Gnome 3.32 crashes on Wayland

    Found!

    today I need to reinstall system, so I did it with GNOME only
    situation repeated

    tried recommendation with gnome extension - disable all - and it helped

    then enabling one by one I found which causes issue - "Multi monitors add-on"

    thanks
    Solved

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    Default Re: Gnome 3.32 crashes on Wayland

    Quote Originally Posted by n_surgeon View Post
    then enabling one by one I found which causes issue - "Multi monitors add-on"
    Thanks for that update.
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