Gnome power setting already disabled by default.
lightlocker don’t have a setting for the power button. (ex. when pressed, asked what to do instead of always suspend).
I’ll keep the default for now, thanks anyway!
I managed to like LightDM because it’s … light. :)
Problem is still present on my system (fresh install yesterday).
Even when i reboot, login screen turns black when i click the time in the center.
I just briefly see the users and after that, only the mouse cursor.
However, i’m able to blindly click on a user since the arrow turns to a hand (link underneat the mouse pointer)
I have same version 0.2.3-1.
Want to try keeping the default but this bug keeps running on my nerves!
I’m with default nouveau driver on nVidia GT218M (Toshiba Satellite A660 laptop).
20151123: After yesterday updates (some mesa, xorg, etc), seems to fix it.
20151124: Nope, always have the problem.
Am i the only one with still similar bug ?
In fact, i never experienced the problem upon boot up but after a resume from suspend.
The lightdm seems to resurrect but resolution of the screen is much lower, white background, blue square on top right of the screen, big mouse cursor (resulting from lower resolution).
Im running with nVidia 340xx driver (integrated into my laptop).
It seems to be Gnome related since if i suspend outside Gnome (on the lightdm screen without being logged), the resume is fine!!!
False alarm for me.
My laptop has been used on HDMI output (to TV) and after disconnection while the OS was running, it was still outputting sound to HDMI without me having control in the system sound setting (only internal speakers was available and could not activate it).
I had to reconnect HDMI and found out that sound was on my tv, only then i could select internal speakers to re-enable them.
So there’s a bug but not related to this one.
I have same problem.
My device :
01:00.1 Audio device : NVIDIA Corporation High Definition Audio Controller [10de:0be3] (rev a1)
Something strange : ONLY Gnome notification and speaker test works ???
Trying previous version of pulse audio…
Since a system update couple days ago i now cannot sucessfully update.
For every package i got :
warning: warning given when extracting .INSTALL (Write failed)
and after that, an error telling me something like copy of temporary file to /tmp/alpm_VuKpzZ/.INSTALL has failed (no more free space…)…
/tmp is not mount elsewhere (in my fstab, i only have swap and / root).
and my root has 22GB free.
I’ve removed everything inside /tmp but always have same warning??
I just done a full system upgrade (pacman -Syyu) and after a reboot, GDM display a “OOPS …error” but managed to get back to graphical login prompt. But no way to logon (always tell me password is wrong) even if keymap shown is fine.
So i done ALT-F2, logged into root and executed :
grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
Everythings back to normal.
Is it documented somewhere that for some system upgrade, a manual reinstallation of grub is required ?