Keyboard not working after update 2021-04-12

Using Tumbleweed, and performed the standard update when prompted…actually ran ‘sudo zypper dup’ from CLI, and update
went fine.

…until I noticed that my keyboard wasn’t working in some instances. Specifically, ANYTHING KDE related. GTK apps worked, xterm worked (but Konsole didn’t), etc. Reboots, logout/in, power cycle…nothing. Looked around, and found a specific issue for Arch where this was mentioned, and tried the fix listed there:

ibus-daemon -d -n --desktop=KDE

Which brought my keyboard back into a working state for KDE. Ideas?

Update: it appears as if the ibus-daemon isn’t starting at all upon reboot.

I can get to an xterm (thankfully, the Excalibur launcher works keyboard-wise at boot), and just run “ibus-daemon -n”, and things work. I don’t see ANYTHING in journalctl or any errors that would indicate why ibus isn’t auto-starting. My


[Desktop Entry]
Name=IBus
GenericName=IBus Daemon
Comment=Start IBus daemon
Exec=ibus-autostart
Icon=ibus-setup
Terminal=false
Type=Application
StartupNotify=false
NoDisplay=true
X-GNOME-Autostart-Phase=Applications
X-GNOME-AutoRestart=false
X-GNOME-Autostart-Notify=false
X-KDE-autostart-after=panel
X-KDE-StartupNotify=false

…which hasn’t changed since March 26, same date as my ibus-autostart in /usr/bin:

#!/bin/sh


test x"$INPUT_METHOD" = x"ibus" || exit 0


# GNOME starts ibus by itself
case "$WINDOWMANAGER" in
    *gnome*)
        exit 0;;
esac


# sleep for a little while to avoid duplicate startup
# sleep 2


ibus-daemon --xim -d
exit 0

Still stumped.