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Bug#1036871: task-lxqt-desktop: When the laptop wakes up from sleep, the display is garbled.

Hi kalanga,

kalanga <kalanga@gmail.com> (2023-05-28):
> Package:    task-lxqt-desktop
> Version:    3.73
> Severity:    important
> X-Debbugs-Cc:    kalanga@gmail.com
> Dear Maintainer,
> Installed task-lxqt-desktop using bookworm rc3 installer.
> Sleeping the laptop by closing the lid appears to function.
> Opening the lid to wake the laptop results in a garbled screen.
> I can enter the password on what I think is the screen saver as it causes a
> change in the garbled screen but the screen is still garbled and
> consequently the system is usuable.
> I tried other desktops including mate and xfce and sleep functionality and
> waking work as expected  with the same hardware.
> I note that the lxqt is using wayland while the other desktops I tried are
> using x11 for their graphics.

Thanks for your report. Looping in the lxqt team.

Note that Bookworm RC 4 released a few hours ago has an important tweak
regarding which packages are pulled by task-lxqt-desktop. I have no idea
whether having only the packages installed by RC 4 would help for this
specific issue though.

Cyril Brulebois (kibi@debian.org)            <https://debamax.com/>
D-I release manager -- Release team member -- Freelance Consultant

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