I’m running into an issue where I can successfully reach the logon screen (sddm) in tumbleweed and upon logging in all I get is a black screen with a mouse cursor. No shortcuts to launch KDE apps work, ctrl+alt+backspace+backspace sends me back to the logon screen. I can successfully log into IceWM.
This is a fresh install of tumbleweed, though I hit the same issue by installing Leap and upgrading to Tumbleweed. I did **not **have this issue on Leap 42.3. I downloaded the tumbleweed network image yesterday.
I have a GTX 1050ti, this issue reproduces BOTH with nouveau and the official nvidia drivers. The Nvidia drivers are properly loaded, I can see that through lsmod. This is most probably not an nvidia issue.
I couldn’t find any kde errors in journalctl. I’ve also nuked the kde and sddm caches and deleted the kde configuration. I have reinstalled tumbleweed and the issue persists. I’ve ran ‘zypper up’ as well as dup and patch, and they all state I’m up to date.
Any ideas would be much appreciated.
PS. This is a single display driven through displayport, kernel 4.16.
I’m attaching to this thread since I seem to be experiencing the same thing. It was all good until 20180419, now with 20180420 and 20180424 I get a black screen at login and just the cursor. I can do CTRL+ALT+2 and get into a terminal and reboot.
I just restored a snapshot from 20180419 and for now I’m waiting for an upgrade that fixes it… or some advice on what to do. By the way, whoever came up with snapper (and btrfs) is my hero.
These are the error messages I get on the journal:
Apr 26 22:46:48 host.home sddm-greeter: High-DPI autoscaling not Enabled
Apr 26 22:46:48 host.home sddm-greeter: QXcbConnection: Could not connect to display :0
Apr 26 22:46:48 host.home sddm-greeter: Could not connect to any X display.
Apr 26 22:46:48 host.home sddm-helper: [PAM] Closing session
Apr 26 22:46:48 host.home sddm-helper: pam_unix(sddm-greeter:session): session closed for user sddm
Apr 26 22:46:48 host.home sddm-helper: [PAM] Ended.
You get a list of display manager with a number at the front - select a number and reboot. If it is not working or if an update to sddm comes and you want to try again just use the same code and select sddm again.