Nope, no desktop effects working with any of the OpenGL backend, only XRender works.
I just retested the upgrade process on one of my systems: now it works flawlessly.
I have the same problem with effects and everything looks fine:
[mochobb@mocho-desktop ~]$ glxinfo | grep Open OpenGL vendor string: X.Org OpenGL renderer string: Gallium 0.4 on AMD REDWOOD (DRM 2.43.0 / 4.4.59-1-MANJARO, LLVM 3.9.1) OpenGL core profile version string: 3.3 (Core Profile) Mesa 17.0.2 OpenGL core profile shading language version string: 3.30 OpenGL core profile context flags: (none) OpenGL core profile profile mask: core profile OpenGL core profile extensions: OpenGL version string: 3.0 Mesa 17.0.2 OpenGL shading language version string: 1.30 OpenGL context flags: (none) OpenGL extensions: OpenGL ES profile version string: OpenGL ES 3.0 Mesa 17.0.2 OpenGL ES profile shading language version string: OpenGL ES GLSL ES 3.00 OpenGL ES profile extensions: [mochobb@mocho-desktop ~]$ glxinfo32 | grep Open OpenGL vendor string: X.Org OpenGL renderer string: Gallium 0.4 on AMD REDWOOD (DRM 2.43.0 / 4.4.59-1-MANJARO, LLVM 3.9.1) OpenGL core profile version string: 3.3 (Core Profile) Mesa 17.0.2 OpenGL core profile shading language version string: 3.30 OpenGL core profile context flags: (none) OpenGL core profile profile mask: core profile OpenGL core profile extensions: OpenGL version string: 3.0 Mesa 17.0.2 OpenGL shading language version string: 1.30 OpenGL context flags: (none) OpenGL extensions: OpenGL ES profile version string: OpenGL ES 3.0 Mesa 17.0.2 OpenGL ES profile shading language version string: OpenGL ES GLSL ES 3.00 OpenGL ES profile extensions:
qdbus org.kde.KWin /KWin supportInformation to get detailed info.
Might be worth checking if your ~/.config/kwinrc somehow changed to egl instead of glx.
Any error messages being logged?
My system still does not work.
On resume from “Suspend to RAM” both the keyboard & mouse stop responding within a few seconds. Monitor works OK, but only option is to turn off the power.
Anyone have any ideas how to fix it.
KWin Support Information: The following information should be used when requesting support on e.g. http://forum.kde.org. It provides information about the currently running instance, which options are used, what OpenGL driver and which effects are running. Please post the information provided underneath this introductory text to a paste bin service like http://paste.kde.org instead of pasting into support threads. ========================== Version ======= KWin version: 5.9.4 Qt Version: 5.8.0 Qt compile version: 5.8.0 XCB compile version: 1.12 Operation Mode: X11 only Build Options ============= KWIN_BUILD_DECORATIONS: yes KWIN_BUILD_TABBOX: yes KWIN_BUILD_ACTIVITIES: yes HAVE_INPUT: yes HAVE_DRM: yes HAVE_GBM: yes HAVE_X11_XCB: yes HAVE_EPOXY_GLX: yes HAVE_WAYLAND_EGL: yes X11 === Vendor: The X.Org Foundation Vendor Release: 11903000 Protocol Version/Revision: 11/0 SHAPE: yes; Version: 0x11 RANDR: yes; Version: 0x14 DAMAGE: yes; Version: 0x11 Composite: yes; Version: 0x4 RENDER: yes; Version: 0xb XFIXES: yes; Version: 0x50 SYNC: yes; Version: 0x31 GLX: yes; Version: 0x0 Decoration ========== Plugin: org.kde.breeze Theme: Blur: 0 onAllDesktopsAvailable: false alphaChannelSupported: false closeOnDoubleClickOnMenu: false decorationButtonsLeft: 0, 2 decorationButtonsRight: 6, 3, 4, 5 borderSize: 3 gridUnit: 10 font: Noto Sans,10,-1,5,50,0,0,0,0,0 smallSpacing: 2 largeSpacing: 10 Options ======= focusPolicy: 0 nextFocusPrefersMouse: false clickRaise: true autoRaise: false autoRaiseInterval: 0 delayFocusInterval: 0 shadeHover: false shadeHoverInterval: 250 separateScreenFocus: false placement: 4 focusPolicyIsReasonable: true borderSnapZone: 10 windowSnapZone: 10 centerSnapZone: 0 snapOnlyWhenOverlapping: false rollOverDesktops: true focusStealingPreventionLevel: 1 legacyFullscreenSupport: false operationTitlebarDblClick: 5000 operationMaxButtonLeftClick: 5000 operationMaxButtonMiddleClick: 5015 operationMaxButtonRightClick: 5014 commandActiveTitlebar1: 0 commandActiveTitlebar2: 30 commandActiveTitlebar3: 2 commandInactiveTitlebar1: 4 commandInactiveTitlebar2: 30 commandInactiveTitlebar3: 2 commandWindow1: 7 commandWindow2: 8 commandWindow3: 8 commandWindowWheel: 31 commandAll1: 10 commandAll2: 3 commandAll3: 14 keyCmdAllModKey: 16777251 showGeometryTip: false condensedTitle: false electricBorderMaximize: true electricBorderTiling: true electricBorderCornerRatio: 0.25 borderlessMaximizedWindows: false killPingTimeout: 5000 hideUtilityWindowsForInactive: true inactiveTabsSkipTaskbar: false autogroupSimilarWindows: false autogroupInForeground: true compositingMode: 1 useCompositing: true compositingInitialized: true hiddenPreviews: 1 glSmoothScale: 1 xrenderSmoothScale: true maxFpsInterval: 16666666 refreshRate: 0 vBlankTime: 6000000 glStrictBinding: true glStrictBindingFollowsDriver: true glCoreProfile: true glPreferBufferSwap: 97 glPlatformInterface: 2 windowsBlockCompositing: false Screen Edges ============ desktopSwitching: false desktopSwitchingMovingClients: false cursorPushBackDistance: 1x1 timeThreshold: 150 reActivateThreshold: 350 actionTopLeft: 0 actionTop: 0 actionTopRight: 0 actionRight: 0 actionBottomRight: 0 actionBottom: 0 actionBottomLeft: 0 actionLeft: 0 Screens ======= Multi-Head: no Active screen follows mouse: no Number of Screens: 1 Screen 0: --------- Name: eDP1 Geometry: 0,0,1366x768 Refresh Rate: 60.0591 Compositing =========== **Compositing is not active**
Again, you’re correct. I think I’ll need to relogin to see the changes in effect.
EDIT: It works again now, big thanks.
Nope, that’s what I’m actually looking for.
[Compositing] AnimationSpeed=3 Backend=OpenGL Enabled=true GLColorCorrection=false GLCore=true GLPlatformInterface=glx GLPreferBufferSwap=a GLTextureFilter=2 HiddenPreviews=5 OpenGLIsUnsafe=false WindowsBlockCompositing=true XRenderSmoothScale=false
For those who struggle with the update cause of mhwd here’s what I do to get around quickly:
sudo pacman -Rdd mhwd && sudo pacman -S mhwd sudo pacman -Syyu
Computer is doing fine, but the strangest thing happened. I did update with Pacli and after reboot I noticed a file in home dir called “e[Aq” and in it’s content was a PACMAN man page with fjucked up encoding. what the heck? I don’t remember doing anything with manpages and the closest thing to pacman is updating the system…
Seems to be some kind of temporary file.
I have seen such files on CentOS Servers running a Java stack too
You nailed it! After changing the interface all is fine. Thanks. This can also explain some glitches I had when running Wine applications or VM’s (too soon to tell for sure). Until some months ago KDE let you choose between GLX and EGL. I tried EGL several times, but always ended up with GLX because of glitches. It seems they removed that option and silently changed the interface to EGL.
All smooth here! Thanks again!
This one was a chore for newbies for sure.
Never had a kernel panic error before, on the plus side reading these posts helped me learn to chroot and access my partition, which I never did before so thank you for the helpful posts. I have 2 partitions, 1 for Win 10 the other for Manjaro. Running Deepin 64 bit. AMD Phenom processor, 6 GB RAM
$ mount /dev/sda3/ /mnt [My partition #]
$ manjaro-chroot /mnt
$ pacman -Syyu
First time, fstab error, restarted LiveCD followed the steps, second time an mtab error. Third time a charm and it worked. Did nothing to address the errors. Formatted my partition, installed Manjaro Deepin. Rebooted - - kernel panic !
Dug out my older 16.03 version of Deepin, rebooted to the LiveCD, installation of Manjaro was flawless, was going to then run my backup to restore programs, files, etc. using Timeshift and Deja Dup.
I had two updates showing one for Manajaro-Settings the other for Keyrings, I was not going to touch the Manajaro-Settings update so I unchecked it and just updated the keyring. After the keyring update, low-and-behold, there were 512 updates.
Being very leery, I updated them anyway, more or less just to see what would happen to my system, and after the updates, I rebooted my system and now am running Manjaro Deepin 17.0.1.
Didn’t think that would be possible since I unchecked Manjaro-Settings update which then triggers further updates, but hey, I’m not complaining
Your advice did it for me, i’m very happy.
No issues, however…and this may not be pallatable to some…the update should be done from a terminal, not the GUI.
Ctrl-Alt-F2…as someone suggested.
The best way to update is to use the terminal anyway
Everything went ok on two machines (gnome and xfce). Thanks guys.
What did you use to get that system info dump???