When the lock screen is active I can’t unlock the lock screen by entering
the password. When I enter password the login screen goes away for a moment
and then pops up again. As workaround I need to do a root login in to a text
terminal an run “loginctl unlock-sessions”. Checking the syslog shows some
entries that might be related to the problem: like
2017-09-09T13:37:51.548596+02:00 linux-z0jl console-kit-daemon: (process:5161): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_slice_set_config: assertion 'sys_page_size == 0' failed
However these entries aren’t in a 1.:1 relation to the unlock tries.
Xorg.log shows no problem.
I can’t be a wrong password, because this would be shown on the login screen
and logged into syslog.
This a Leap 42.3 installation with two special things:
Running a kernel from kernel stable ( problem showed up with 4.12.10 and
propriatary nvidia driver installed from .run file.
With 42.2 I’ve seen a similar problem from time to time when glx was broken because Xorg or mesa updates updates overwrote nvidias glx files. But now that happens also after a fresh reinstall of the nvidia driver, which used to fix the problem in 42.2.
Any ideas what is going wrong here are welcome.