As previously mentioned in another thread, I have used Linux on and off for many years, finally switching to Manjaro last year permanently and wiping my Windows partition. I haven’t looked back and at this stage I’m not going back. I’m in love with Manjaro KDE for my PC. (And Ubuntu server, for, well, servers.)
As things are I’m a little bit annoyed with one thing. I’m hoping to sort it out because it wasn’t there and then, suddenly, it was! And no, I’m unable to recall if something changed or happened that might be causing this.
Whenever I lock my PC, which is whenever I’m not in front of it, for an extended period of time (e.g. when I go to lunch) and get back, I am unable to unlock it. I get the “Incorrect password” (Or something like that) message when I try. The result being that I have to do a hard reset and log in from scratch. When I test the lock by locking and logging in immediately, it works like a charm.
I have tried many things. None of which I can remember at this moment. I even, at some stage, thought it might be my new splash screen so changed it back. To no avail. I’m now considering figuring out how to reinstall SDDM (or whatever handles the locking and unlocking.
I’m using The latest Manjaro with KDE Manjaro KDE (Version 5.19) and Linux kernel version 5.4.