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    Quote Originally Posted by jirazy View Post
    After many test i found the problem has been made by file
    ~/.config/plasma-locale-settings.sh
    After removing it system behaves correctly.
    Well, that file just sets the user's locale (e.g. language) to the corresponding Plasma settings.

    If that is indeed the reason for the problem, the file's content would be interesting to see.
    Although, even then it's still rather a bug in mc IMHO (maybe it only happens with certain languages or something like that).
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    Default Re: Weird behaviour after zypper up

    Code:
    # Generated script, do not edit
    # Exports language-format specific env vars from startkde.
    # This script has been generated from kcmshell5 formats.
    # It will automatically be overwritten from there.
    export LANG=de_DE.UTF-8
    export LANGUAGE=de
    That's the content of my file. That would also correspond to some other weird behaviour I see since yesterday. My keyboard layout switched to English and my desktop is partly English, too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chartman123 View Post
    Code:
    # Generated script, do not edit
    # Exports language-format specific env vars from startkde.
    # This script has been generated from kcmshell5 formats.
    # It will automatically be overwritten from there.
    export LANG=de_DE.UTF-8
    export LANGUAGE=de
    That's the content of my file. That would also correspond to some other weird behaviour I see since yesterday. My keyboard layout switched to English and my desktop is partly English, too...
    Well, I see nothing wrong with that file, it just sets those two environment variables LANG and LANGUAGE (that specify to applications which locale and language to use), and it probably had the same content *before* the latest updates... (as it is some user setting)
    That should not affect the keyboard layout at all anyway.

    The problem apparently isn't specific to mc either, as this mailinglist post suggests:
    https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-.../msg00151.html

    So it seems to be somewhere deeper I suppose, maybe bash itself or some system startup script.
    Or maybe it could be a bug in the new startplasma program that's used instead of startkde now? :-/ (that would "run" ~/.config/plasma-locale-settings.sh on login AFAIK)
    Last edited by wolfi323; 17-Oct-2019 at 09:33.
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    Default Re: Weird behaviour after zypper up

    Yes, deleting this file didn't fix the bash error message for me. But my localization of KDE is fine again Keyboard, however, is still English...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    Or maybe it could be a bug in the new startplasma program that's used instead of startkde now? :-/ (that would "run" ~/.config/plasma-locale-settings.sh on login AFAIK)
    Hm, I actually can reproduce both problems on Leap 15.1 here now (the bash errors and kdesu not working) after logging into Plasma5.
    So they seem to indeed be related to the new Plasma startup process in 5.17...

    Quote Originally Posted by chartman123 View Post
    Yes, deleting this file didn't fix the bash error message for me. But my localization of KDE is fine again Keyboard, however, is still English...
    The localization and keyboard layout is still fine here though, even with your plasma-locale-settings.sh in place.
    So those seem to be unrelated, and something specific to Tumbleweed, or your system.

    Regarding the keyboard layout, did you try to set it in systemsettings5, or did you set it in YaST?
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    Default Re: Weird behaviour after zypper up

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    Regarding the keyboard layout, did you try to set it in systemsettings5, or did you set it in YaST?
    Until now, I only set it in YaST as system layout. No special settings for Plasma. Setting it in Plasma works fine, but shouldn't be necessary ;-)

    But yes, I agree that my localization problems might have another cause... But they may also be related to the latest snapshot, as I had also some problems with my network card and everything worked just fine before. I didn't change anything but doing the zypper dup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chartman123 View Post
    Until now, I only set it in YaST as system layout. No special settings for Plasma. Setting it in Plasma works fine, but shouldn't be necessary ;-)
    Indeed, but that might be caused by some other change in Tumbleweed.
    I certainly can't reproduce that one here on Leap, and Plasma doesn't change the keyboard layout at all unless you explicitly set one in systemsettings5.

    The layout is rather set by Xorg.

    Maybe it would help if you change the layout in YaST and then change it back again?

    Maybe the config file /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/00-keyboard.conf got broken or deleted somehow.
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    Default Re: Weird behaviour after zypper up

    Changing the layout to English and back to German didn't fix it. Perhaps it's related to Wayland?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chartman123 View Post
    Changing the layout to English and back to German didn't fix it. Perhaps it's related to Wayland?
    That might be possible. Maybe Wayland doesn't respect the system-wide config (anymore?).
    I cannot try here because Wayland doesn't even start here...

    Does it work as expected if you log in to a X11 session?
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    Default Re: Weird behaviour after zypper up

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    Does it work as expected if you log in to a X11 session?
    Yes, it's working perfectly in X11 session...

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