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    Default Re: KDE Plasma login problem

    Quote Originally Posted by vonsengbusch View Post
    The problem user would only work properly (after tty-login) with bash as login-shell and show complete corrupt screen using "tcsh".
    Two questions:

    (1) did you check for possible problems in the user ".cshrc" and ".login".

    (2) Is your system fully up to date? I ask this, because there was a bad "tcsh" update recently, though it was later fixed. Is it possible that you still have the broken "tcsh"? (The current and good version is "6.20.00-lp151.3.9.1").
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    Quote Originally Posted by nrickert View Post
    Two questions:

    (1) did you check for possible problems in the user ".cshrc" and ".login".

    (2) Is your system fully up to date? I ask this, because there was a bad "tcsh" update recently, though it was later fixed. Is it possible that you still have the broken "tcsh"? (The current and good version is "6.20.00-lp151.3.9.1").
    neither user has a ~/.cshrc and my ~/.login just sets some environment variables

    I looked into the messages file but did not find any trace of why the login-process is stopped (after authentification has been accepted)

    the tcsh version is correct

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    In

    .local/share/sddm/xorg-session.log

    I found the (kryptic to me) message

    OpenSSL version mismatch. Built against 1010103f, you have 1010009f

    I have no idea what that means and how I could repair the mismatch.
    Thank you for your help

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    Default Re: KDE Plasma login problem

    Quote Originally Posted by vonsengbusch View Post
    OpenSSL version mismatch. Built against 1010103f, you have 1010009f

    I have no idea what that means and how I could repair the mismatch.
    Do you have anything in ~/bin? Did you ever install some external software (not from openSUSE repositories) as package or may be simply copying binary/untarring archive? Are you using only standard openSUSE repositories or there are some others?

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    None of the suggested reasons for my problem turned out to settle it. I did choose the brute and force method and copied all relevant directories to a freshly installed user.
    Thank you for your ambition to help.
    I will now close the thread

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