I used Event Calendar in a Latte dock, so after the update that crashed instead of Plasmashell. I have deleted the local version under ~/.local/share and installed v69 from the AUR, but Latte still crashes…
Edit to add that it works as expected without the Event Calendar widget.
Another edit to specify that I can install v69 from the AUR, add it to my Latte dock and change settings, and Latte crashes only after a reboot.
Not familiar with Latte, but see the logs to make sure it is loading the addon from /usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.plasma.eventcalendar, or if there are other issues with it other than the ones mentioned above.
Thanks for replying. latte-dock seems to leave no traces itself in the logs (checked the journal logs via the KSystemlog app that comes with KDE, as well as by running latte in the terminal), so I cannot say for sure where it is loading the widget from, but it has to be the one in /usr/share/plasma/ because I deleted the other version in ~. I tried adding the widget to the dock and changing settings or leaving the defaults before terminating the dock, in both cases it cannot start again. I have also tried creating a regular plasma panel and leaving the widget there, and that seems to work fine even after restarting plasmashell. So the problem is related to Latte.
@Jazz Latte works just fine in my case without the widget, and I don’t see how these compositor settings can help. I did try to change them just in case but there was no difference.
That makes some sense to me: something about using event calendar with Latte. I don’t use Latte hence no problems. Sorry I can’t offer a solution, I’m just tracking the thread before I update on Monday.
Update causes long waiting time (1 minute) for SDDM after startup.
After that monitorsettings are not saved.
Upower could not be started, journal is talking about USB-Ports, that are broken. Dolphin takes 30s to start (quiet similar to this https://fungos.github.io/dolphin-deep-dive/).