idk if I should report a bug here…
As the title says, if there is a Android device connected (usb) during boot process, and SDDM is configured to autologin, then KDE will load only the wallpaper and crashes. No panel, no window, no KRunner. But I can use some shortcuts like Meta+E (dolphin), Ctrl+Alt+T (terminal)
This behaviour happens in X11 and Wayland. And this does NOT happens in Fedora/KDE.
If I disable autologin everything is fine. Same is if I boot without a smartphone connected.
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It might be related to the software version used on that distro and this one…
KDE can bug out also y/k…
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