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Old 09-28-2019, 11:46 AM   #1
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Problems wit openSuse "15.1 GNOME": crash after login


Hello,
yesterday I tried to install openSuse Leap 15.1 with GNOME on my laptop LifeBook E8410. After installation I logged in, and suddenly a couple of seconds after I became this message on the screen:
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Actually, that time I just wanted to start "Firefox"... After logging out and logging in again I could not reach desktop - my mouse stayed just on the empty screen...

Actually, I saw this message quite regularly yesterday.. Network settings, Yast... looks like everything causes "Oh no, something went wrong"...

Does anyone know the reason for it?

Thanks in advance,
Andrey
 
Old 09-30-2019, 04:53 AM   #2
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https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Nomodese...tion_Obstacles explains a situation that may have occurred, inclusion of nomodeset in Grub's kernel line that needs to be removed per the instructions on that URL, one for a temporary one to test, a later one for permanent removal.

It's also possible that Plymouth, which is a normal part of installation, is interfering with operation of a video driver and needs to be disabled or removed. Adding plymouth.enable=0 on the kernel cmdline in the same manner as nomodeset can be removed at the above URL can be done to see if it helps. If it does, it can be made permanent, also in same manner as that URL describes, or Plymouth can simply be removed:
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sudo zypper rm plymouth
 
  


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