I’ve got a problem with my laptop. It is an Inel i3 machine with Intel i915 video card. The story goes as follows:
I had 11.3 32bit without problems
I upgraded to 12.1 32bit via zypper dup, it worked ok, only NetworkManager applet did not appear
I’ve upgraded to 12.1 64bit via installation DVD and I got into trouble
I had a problem with video driver as the upgrade installed also the legacy intel drivers. Once removed, kdm login screen dispalys ok and I can login to alternate WMs but not into KDE itself. So the video driver is not the problem any more.
Inspecting /var/log/messages I can see:
systemd-logind: New user xxx logged in.
systemd-logind: New session 2 of user hlousek.
systemd-logind: Linked /tmp/.X11-unix/X0 to /run/user/xxx/X11/display.
checkproc: checkproc: can not get session id for process 5561!
systemd-logind: Removed session 2.
The same message appears for a regular user as well as for root.
I think if this can be connected to NetowrkManager service somehow as it is the first service that starts after successful login on my desktop (according to /var/log/messages)
What do you think about this? Any advice wellcome.