I have a three monitor setup, and, whenever my manjaro goes to sleep and I try to log back in, the middle monitor is black, the login bar isn’t responsive, the cursor is able to move still, and then I have to type my password a few times before it logs in. It’s been driving me up a wall. Does anyone know how I may go about fixing this issue?
I also thought that I should add that for some strange reason, my monitor configuration will move between monitors, but will maintain their overall orientation with respect to the cursor. For example, if I add widgets on monitor C, rebooting will make them go to monitor A, etc, and sometimes not even show the widgets on that monitor at all.
This is a EOL kernel = end of life. Please install 5.7 as is more stable. I don’t recommend yet the 5.8 kernel, or even go with 5.4 as is LTS
First we have to be sure your system is updated: sudo pacman-mirrors -f && sudo pacman -Syyu
then sudo mhwd-kernel -i linux57
For that you can create a fixed configuration with Nvidia X Settings for the /etc/X11/mhwd.d/nvidia.conf Please pay attention to what entries you keep from old configuration; make a backup of it.
Here is an exemple of what i use in KDE Plasma install:
Thank you for your reply, bodancovaciu. Unfortunately, I’m running into a new error now: it won’t update before changing kernels, because, once it finishes installing the cuda package, it says its corrupted and cancels.