Upgraded to Tumbleweed 20191022 (32bit). I no longer can login due to crash in process [kwin_wayland].
Screen is black, no input is accepted on keyboard. When I remotely login via SSH, in /var/log/messages I find:
kernel: 82.434303] kwin_wayland: segfault at 8 ip b790d5e4 sp bfe762ec error 4 in ibKF5WaylandServer.so.5.63.0[b78e2000+6a000]
Not sure what you want to tell me since X11 is the basic underlying graphical system. The login screen gives me the choice of Plasma/Plasma (wayland)/plasma (full wayland). Neither of them leads to a successful login. Only console login is possible; but only before I try to login with X11.
This is my first serious problem since I started using OpenSuSe in the early 90s.
That’s three choices. I’m not sure whether you have tried all three, because your use of “neither” implies only two (but could be a language translation issue). Knurpht was suggesting that you try the first (plain “Plasma”).
Sorry, my fault. Should have written none of them. However I tried all three choices.
Using plain “Plasma” gives different results: Screen is blank, monitor displays “out of sync” but keyboard remains
responsive and I can switch to VT1. No errors in “X,.org.0” logfile, a huge bunch of messages about DBus errors in “/var/log/messages”. Result: screen is unusable. Will try to find some relevant information in the logfile.
Tnx anyway so far!
I started to restore my backups until I found a version where plain plasma worked. The last version where plain plasma worked was 20190927. Then I run zypper dup . A rother time consuming job but it now works again.