the process for the desktop protocol died unexpectedly at first login in folder view plasmoid

hi, happy saint stephen lol!
on my [Laptop=Dell latitude E6510, RAM=8Gb, GPU=GT218 NVS 3100M, CPU=i7 Q 720 @ 1.60GHz running opensuse leap 42.2, plasma 5.8.4, KDE frameworks 5.29.0, KDE applications 16.12.0, Kernel 4.4.36-8-default, nvidia drivers]
at the first login one of the folder view plasmoids gives always this error and doesn’t show the contents

the process for the desktop protocol died unexpectedly

if I logout and login again it works.
how can I avoid this??
manythanks, ciao, :slight_smile: pier

You can display the last “n” lines of the journal (system log) by something like the following which displays the last 100 lines

journalctl -n 100

If you’d like to compare your current boot with the previous boot, you can similarly display the last 100 lines of the previous boot

journalctl -b 1 -n 100

You can also query for errors in your boot

journalctl -p err -b

TSU

manythanks tsu,

in the last 100 lines I’m not able to see nothing that seems to me relevant, so, reading the journalctl man I supposed that with this command

journalctl -b

I can see all the last boot lines, but my skills are weak and nothing of relevant popped up to me, the output is here:
https://paste.opensuse.org/51005760

I will compare when I’ll have a non error boot :slight_smile:

here is the errors

-- Logs begin at Wed 2016-12-07 13:35:11 CET, end at Mon 2016-12-26 17:54:47 CET. --
Dec 26 10:25:03 pla3-TW.google.com systemd-coredump[2243]: Process 1942 (ksplashqml) of user 1000 dumped core.
Dec 26 10:27:22 pla3-TW.google.com pulseaudio[2053]: [pulseaudio] module.c: Module "module-device-manager" should be loaded once at most. Refusing to load.

manythanks, ciao, :slight_smile: pier

The command I gave to display only the last 100 lines was only a suggestion.
Sometimes, if you don’t know exactly what you’re looking for, you’ll have to look at more log entries, perhaps even the entire bootlog.
Then, hopefully you’re good at skimming and being able to more or less recognize normal entries vs abnormal events.

TSU