Tumbleweed Logging in from GUI login keeps kicking me out so I am back at GUI log in

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Tumbleweed Logging in from GUI login keeps kicking me out so I am back at GUI log in

Roman Bysh
Hi all,

This happened last night after updating to latest release.

At the graphical login, after I typed my password and clicked on the
log in button the screen goes black for a second or two and I'm back
at the GUI log in. I'm using Tumbleweed.

Any ideas?

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Re: Tumbleweed Logging in from GUI login keeps kicking me out so I am back at GUI log in

Patrick Shanahan-2
* Roman Bysh <[hidden email]> [06-17-16 19:29]:
> Hi all,
>
> This happened last night after updating to latest release.
>
> At the graphical login, after I typed my password and clicked on the
> log in button the screen goes black for a second or two and I'm back
> at the GUI log in. I'm using Tumbleweed.
>
> Any ideas?

zypper -v in --force kinit


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Re: Tumbleweed Logging in from GUI login keeps kicking me out so I am back at GUI log in

Dominique Leuenberger / DimStar
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On Fri, 2016-06-17 at 19:28 -0400, Roman Bysh wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> This happened last night after updating to latest release.
>
> At the graphical login, after I typed my password and clicked on the
> log in button the screen goes black for a second or two and I'm back
> at the GUI log in. I'm using Tumbleweed.
>
> Any ideas?

Can you verify if you're hit by https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-fac
tory/2016-06/msg00113.html ?

I've seen a couple peple now that had updated to the 0605 snapshot, but
they did not reboot or logout for a while, so they are hit on whatever
next boot they happen to do. Easiest to confirm this is the issue:

> grep openSUSE-release-20160605 /var/log/zypp/history
If there is a hit, you surely did update to that snapshot

> grep pam-config-0.91 /var/log/zypp/history
If there is a hit, the package in question ended up on your system

> grep pam_systemd /etc/pam.d/common-session*
if this does not give a hit in common-session and common-session-pc,
you are surely affected

To recover, simply execute:

pam-config -a --systemd

Cheers,
Dominique

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Karl Ove Hufthammer
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Roman Bysh skreiv 18. juni 2016 01:28:
 > At the graphical login, after I typed my password and clicked on the
 > log in button the screen goes black for a second or two and I'm back
 > at the GUI log in. I'm using Tumbleweed.
 >
 > Any ideas?

Whenever I have experienced this, my home partition has been full (or
almost full, or “not actually full, but I’m using BTRFS, so even if it’s
not full, I can’t actually write any new files, and need to do a
‘rebalance’ or some such black magic first”).

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Roman Bysh
On 06/21/2016 02:39 PM, Karl Ove Hufthammer wrote:

> Roman Bysh skreiv 18. juni 2016 01:28:
> > At the graphical login, after I typed my password and clicked on the
> > log in button the screen goes black for a second or two and I'm back
> > at the GUI log in. I'm using Tumbleweed.
> >
> > Any ideas?
>
> Whenever I have experienced this, my home partition has been full (or
> almost full, or “not actually full, but I’m using BTRFS, so even if it’s
> not full, I can’t actually write any new files, and need to do a
> ‘rebalance’ or some such black magic first”).
>
My work around was to use Yast to create another user name. Once created,
I used Yast one more time to change back to my original /home/username/.
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