I was using Wayland in default config and it worked fine until this morning. To test something I switched to linux60 and linux61 this morning, but I had problems with the built-in notebook screen. Then I switched to X11 to see if that would help, but it didn’t.
Unfortunately now I’m not able to switch back to wayland.
I only modified the
/etc/gdm/custom.conf file and uncommented the
#WaylandEnable=false line, as described in the ArchWiki
Adding the comment back and rebooted didn’t help.
echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE still shows
I am using a Dell Latitude 7430 notebook with an Intel Alder Lake CPU. So no NVIDIA involved.
CPU: 10-core (2-mt/8-st) 12th Gen Intel Core i7-1265U (-MST AMCP-) speed/min/max: 465/400/4800:3600 MHz Kernel: 5.15.84-1-MANJARO x86_64 Up: 18m Mem: 3443.1/31535.3 MiB (10.9%) Storage: 953.87 GiB (11.6% used) Procs: 343 Shell: Zsh inxi: 3.3.24
When checking the logs (
journalctl -b | grep -i wayland) I am seeing the following:
Running GNOME Shell (using mutter 43.2) as a Wayland display server ... (EE) could not connect to wayland server ... Starting GNOME Shell on Wayland... org.gnome.Shell@wayland.service: Skipped due to 'exec-condition'. Condition check resulted in GNOME Shell on Wayland being skipped.
Any ideas what I could try to get back to wayland?