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Re: KDE/Wayland just a black screen with a cursor.

Thank you for your answer.
My system is up-to-date to the packages in Unstable.
My hardware is a laptop with double Graphic Card but I'm only using the Radeon for running desktop:


ProcessorAMD Ryzen 7 4800H with Radeon Graphics
Memory15801MB (6684MB used)
Machine TypeNotebook
Operating SystemDebian GNU/Linux bookworm/sid
User Namevalerio (Unknown)
Date/Timegio 5 mag 2022, 19:21:31
Resolution1920x1080 pixels
OpenGL RendererAMD RENOIR (LLVM 14.0.1, DRM 3.44, 5.17.5-hpomen-amd)
X11 VendorThe X.Org Foundation

Audio Devices
Audio AdapterHDA-Intel - HDA NVidia
Audio AdapterHDA-Intel - HD-Audio Generic
Audio Adapteracp - acp
Operating System
KernelLinux 5.17.5-hpomen-amd (x86_64) (this is a custom kernel but the problem is the same with stock Debian Kernel in Sid)
Version#6 SMP PREEMPT Sat Apr 30 00:57:37 CEST 2022
C LibraryGNU C Library / (Debian GLIBC 2.33-7) 2.33
DistributionDebian GNU/Linux bookworm/sid

Il giorno gio 5 mag 2022 alle ore 18:59 Xavier Brochard <xavier@alternatif.org> ha scritto:
Hello Valerio

Some very important informations are missing.
You totally forgot to tell us which version(s) are in use on your
hardware. And which hardware too. ;-)

Xavier Brochard xavier@alternatif.org
La liberté est à l'homme ce que les ailes sont à l'oiseau
(Jean-Pierre Rosnay)

Le 05.05.2022 18:42, Valerio Passini a écrit :
> Hello,
> I've difficulties in making KDE+Wayland work .
> My system is Debian Unstable with Radeon (open source drivers) and the
> KDE+W combination worked in the past, now all I get is a black screen
> with
> a moving cursor and a lot of crashing stuff. Even if I login in a new
> clean
> account the problem is the same.
> On the other side GNOME+Wayland works as it should.
> Any advice would be appreciated.
> Valerio

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