Well, that would be another chapter of my long battle to fix my discrete card.I have an integrated intel device and a discrete radeon 700 series.I'll try uninstalling the proprietary drivers to settle with the open source alternative (if it works I can even turn the radeon off with KMS and stick to the integrated intel gpu).Thanks for the heads-up.2015-05-01 16:40 GMT-03:00 Francisco M Neto <email@example.com>:
What is your GPU?
I ran into something very similar when using the discrete GPU on a hybrid setup. If I use the integrated GPU the mouse pointer is there, but when using the discrete GPU it disappears, although the cursor *is* there just as effective as before; I just can't see it.
From what I could gather this is an X.Org issue; perhaps your problem is related. I'm not at my computer right now but I can provide some links later.
FranciscoOn May 1, 2015 10:47 AM, "Rafael Dias da Silva" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I tried that too. I even installed oxygencursors in order to have more cursors to change to LOL.
I also tried stopping and even uninstalling gnome-settings-daemon (someone did it and it solved the issue for xfce, but that was on ubuntu) and I'm still stuck with this annoying problem.On May 1, 2015 4:03 AM, "Petter Adsen" <email@example.com> wrote:On Fri, 1 May 2015 08:59:40 +0200
Petter Adsen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 1 May 2015 00:37:00 -0300
> Rafael Dias da Silva <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I tried a few more tips I found but nothing brings back the cursor.
> > I have no idea what Jessie might have done to make it disappear (it
> > was working just fine after upgrade and before dist-upgrade).
> What DE/WM are you using? I had this problem with Enlightenment when I
> enabled "Gnome services on startup".
Sorry. Didn't see the "xfce" part. Can you try switching mouse cursor
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