Just started experimenting with Manjaro-ARM 64 Bit, Gnome 41.3 in Wayland on a Raspberry Pi 4 with 8 GB RAM. As my input device I use a wireless Logitech K250 German Keyboard + Mouse with USB-Receiver on the Pi. I get the following behaviour which looks fine at the beginning, but turns out to make the system practically unusable:
- Booting into GUI (Gnome).
- The mouse works fine in Gnome all the time.
- Logging in with Keyboard (arrows to choose user, password entry, enter) works fine.
- Using the “Windows” key to bring up the dock and choosing an app works fine.
- Switching to a pure text console / terminal (Ctrl + Alt + F3 for instance) I can use the keyboard without a problem according to the language settings.
- Any app within Gnome that should accept keyboard inputs (text written), such as Terminal (window), Text Editor, Maps (Route Search), Settings > User > Add User … DO NOT accept any key from the keyboard.
- Even clicking on the input fields within these apps does not bring up a blinking cursor at all.
- And even more strangely: when I plug an additional second (wired) keyboard into another USB-port of my PI, all of a sudden I can start typing – with the wired AND the wireless keyboard.
- As soon as I unplug the wired keyboard, all the input areas of the apps in Gnome turn back to be uneditable.
Any hints on this super strange behaviour of a “partially working” wireless keyboard?