Re: Is anyone else experiencing intermittent Plasma freezes as of very recently?
If it helps, after an X server update on Sunday, my computer took
almost fifteen minutes to start SDDM. Turns out that there is a
problem with xserver-xorg-input-wacom stalling the whole thing. Notes
on the X server PTS say that there's a transition under way to the
next X server. It's possible that there are some inter-library
breakages which may have broken my Wacom driver and may be breaking
On 14 December 2016 at 17:11, <email@example.com> wrote:
> Le 14/12/2016 à 14:27, firstname.lastname@example.org a écrit :
>> Le 14/12/2016 à 11:55, Gard Spreemann a écrit :
>>> Some recent package upgrade in Stretch (I'm trying to pin down which)
>>> has caused parts of my Plasma desktop to freeze at seemingly random
>>> intervals. When it happens (every few minutes), all windows continue
>>> to behave normally, and new programs can be started with
>>> alt-F2. However, the desktop area itself, the taskbar and any
>>> notifications become unresponsive. Switching to a console and then
>>> back to X, without doing anything else, makes everything work again
>>> for a while.
>>> This seems to be exactly what is described in a recent Fedora bug .
>>> Before I file a bug and investigate further: is anyone else
>>> experiencing the same thing? Does anyone have any idea as to which
>>> upgrade may have caused the problem? I can't believe the update
>>> happened more than a week ago.
>>> (I'm not subscribed to the list).
>>>  https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1399396
>> I have the same trouble linked to plasma-network-manager applet...
>> I updated this morning kde packages from unstable and it seem to work well
>> until know.
> Unfortunatly, after a day without freezing it start again...
> It think know it is linked to the spinning circle shown when something
> My graphic card is an Intel Haswell.