On Monday 18 May 2015 03:21:19 Greg Madden wrote: > On Sunday 17 May 2015 05:11:20 am Lisi Reisz wrote: > > On Sunday 17 May 2015 13:54:02 andre_debian@... wrote: > > > On Saturday 16 May 2015 10:19:10 Rolf Schmidt wrote: > > > > Instead start kdesktop try: /etc/init.d/tde-trinity restart. > > > > It works here > > > > Rolf > > > > > > Hello, > > > > > > "tde-trinity" doesn't exist in "/etc/init.d", > > > but "/etc/init.d/tdm-trinity". > > > > > > > You mean when you killall kdesktop it does not proceed into > > > > half-working session? Then you probably have a different bug... > > > > > > > > Um, no. The bug everyone is having is a deadlock at kdesktop start. > > > > While various methods of restarting tdm may or may not help depending > > > > on unknown factors (Slavek have not yet found why the lock is > > > > happening in the first place), killall -9 kdesktop should work in > > > > 100% cases (It should get you a working kicker without desktop > > > > functionality). If in your case killing kdesktop doesnt work it means > > > > it hangs in a completely different place. > > > > > > My booting bug logging stopping is quite the same as the others. > > > It's not because a solution doesn't work that the bug could be > > > differrent. > > > > > > Do CTRL-ALT-BACKSPACE => back to the tdm-trinity or text console, > > > is an option that I have enabled. > > > > > > 1] CTRL-ALT-BACKSPACE, logging again, > > > or > > > 2] killall Desktop, > > > or > > > 3] waiting the password disappears, > > > > > > doesn't not solve the problem of the logging aborting, > > > or sometimes, about one of ten tentatives, > > > it's not acceptable. > > > > We're probably onto English not first language territory again but... > > > > André, there is a bug. You have been told which workarounds work for the > > bug. The rest of us are using the workarounds for now and the developers > > are working on finding a solution. When they find a solution we shall > > have the patch and we shall not have the problem. Until then we continue > > to use the workarounds. > > > > That is the situation. If it is not acceptable, don't accept it. But > > either do something about it yourself or don't. There is no point in > > going on and on about it. We note that you find it unacceptable. So > > what then?? > > > > That is the situation. Accept it or don't. Those are the alternatives. > > > > Lisi > > One more case to round out solutions, my main install is my workstation, it > runs all the time. Yes, I thought of suggesting that one!! Lisi > > I also do not use 'kdesktop_lock', it does not work with my Nvidia card > drivers from Nvidia ...maybe video related?