On 11/20/15 16:36, Fredy Neeser wrote:
Ed Greshko wrote on 20.11.2015 06:07:07:
> OK.... So I my F22 system is fully updated with the plasma, qt5,
> and kf5 packages.
> My sessions are restarted from a saved session which consists of
> just a konsole window
> with 3 tabs. Upon login everything seems fine. I can move the
> mouse, I can issue
> commands in any konsole tab.
> Then as soon as I launch something, such at Thunderbird, one of two
> things will occur. Either
> A. Kwin will crash
> B. The screen will semi-freeze. I can move the mouse around but
> the launched process
> will not appear and I can no longer type in the konsole. I also
> cannot bring switch to a
> VT as it seem the keyboard is not being recognized. I have to ssh
> in and issue a "killall
> -9 drkonqi".
Not sure what you mean by "my sessions are restarted from a
saved session", but you could try and see if your Plasma 5.4.3
is working with a newly created user. If successful, try to
hide away the KDE configuration of your existing user to a
See "System Settings-->Workspace-->Startup and Shutdown-->Desktop
Session" and the "On
I already blew away all my settings and have started from scratch. See the "Fedora
updates for KDE Plasma 5.4.3 and KDE Frameworks 5.16.0" thread.
In my case, Plasma 5.4.3 did not like my old KDE configuration
(I don't know which part) -- I only got a stable desktop after
doing a KDE config clean sweep.
My current user is pretty much a "new user" after blowing away my configs. If
changes result in this behavior I'm disappointed.
Another idea is to install the kdebugsettings package from
updates-testing (I believe), run the kdebugsettings app and
remove the "global disable" rule. Then have a look at the
errors in ~/.xsession-errors after login.
You mean the custom rule "*.debug=false"?
I guess I can try that. Not sure how valuable the information in that file will be to
In reality, some people should stick to running Windows and others should stay away from