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kgd2kgfd_probe failed

Frans de Boer
LS,

I keep getting the message "kgd2kfd_probe failed" message, after which
the system stops loading KDE.

I can boot, get the login screen, but some seconds thereafter the screen
freezes. I cab still switch to a console screen, but logging into the
graphical environment is not working.

I am using a laptop with an AMD A6 CPU.

Any suggestions?

Regards, Frans.
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Re: kgd2kgfd_probe failed

Frank Krüger
Am 21.01.2018 um 17:02 schrieb Frans de Boer:

> LS,
>
> I keep getting the message "kgd2kfd_probe failed" message, after which
> the system stops loading KDE.
>
> I can boot, get the login screen, but some seconds thereafter the screen
> freezes. I cab still switch to a console screen, but logging into the
> graphical environment is not working.
>
> I am using a laptop with an AMD A6 CPU.
>
> Any suggestions?
>
> Regards, Frans.

Do you have Mesa-dri installed?

Regards, Frank
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Re: kgd2kgfd_probe failed

Frank Krüger
Am 21.01.2018 um 17:28 schrieb Frank Krüger:

> Am 21.01.2018 um 17:02 schrieb Frans de Boer:
>> LS,
>>
>> I keep getting the message "kgd2kfd_probe failed" message, after which
>> the system stops loading KDE.
>>
>> I can boot, get the login screen, but some seconds thereafter the screen
>> freezes. I cab still switch to a console screen, but logging into the
>> graphical environment is not working.
>>
>> I am using a laptop with an AMD A6 CPU.
>>
>> Any suggestions?
>>
>> Regards, Frans.
>
> Do you have Mesa-dri installed?
>
> Regards, Frank
>
As for "kgd2kfd_probe failed", see
https://bugzilla.suse.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1070099. For me the message
disappears with current 4.15-rc8 kernel.

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Re: kgd2kgfd_probe failed

Knurpht-openSUSE
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Op zondag 21 januari 2018 17:02:31 CET schreef Frans de Boer:

> LS,
>
> I keep getting the message "kgd2kfd_probe failed" message, after which
> the system stops loading KDE.
>
> I can boot, get the login screen, but some seconds thereafter the screen
> freezes. I cab still switch to a console screen, but logging into the
> graphical environment is not working.
>
> I am using a laptop with an AMD A6 CPU.
>
> Any suggestions?
>
> Regards, Frans.
Is this Tumbleweed? If so, did you use 'zypper dup' to update?

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Re: kgd2kgfd_probe failed

Frans de Boer
On 21-01-18 19:03, Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink wrote:

> Op zondag 21 januari 2018 17:02:31 CET schreef Frans de Boer:
>> LS,
>>
>> I keep getting the message "kgd2kfd_probe failed" message, after which
>> the system stops loading KDE.
>>
>> I can boot, get the login screen, but some seconds thereafter the screen
>> freezes. I cab still switch to a console screen, but logging into the
>> graphical environment is not working.
>>
>> I am using a laptop with an AMD A6 CPU.
>>
>> Any suggestions?
>>
>> Regards, Frans.
> Is this Tumbleweed? If so, did you use 'zypper dup' to update?
>
No, I did an update with yast2 sw_single.
However, it seems to be resolved with 4.15-rc8. As I expected, it's a
bug introduced around 4.14.13 or so. Earlier kernels and TW updates did
not gave me that problem. So, I just wait until a proper update comes
along and leave the laptop as unusable for the time being.

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Re: kgd2kgfd_probe failed

Patrick Shanahan-2
* Frans de Boer <[hidden email]> [01-21-18 15:03]:

> On 21-01-18 19:03, Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink wrote:
> >Op zondag 21 januari 2018 17:02:31 CET schreef Frans de Boer:
> >>LS,
> >>
> >>I keep getting the message "kgd2kfd_probe failed" message, after which
> >>the system stops loading KDE.
> >>
> >>I can boot, get the login screen, but some seconds thereafter the screen
> >>freezes. I cab still switch to a console screen, but logging into the
> >>graphical environment is not working.
> >>
> >>I am using a laptop with an AMD A6 CPU.
> >>
> >>Any suggestions?
> >>
> >>Regards, Frans.
> >Is this Tumbleweed? If so, did you use 'zypper dup' to update?
> >
> No, I did an update with yast2 sw_single.

then you should heed the caution that Tw *requires* updates using "zypper
dup".

> However, it seems to be resolved with 4.15-rc8. As I expected, it's a bug
> introduced around 4.14.13 or so. Earlier kernels and TW updates did not gave
> me that problem. So, I just wait until a proper update comes along and leave
> the laptop as unusable for the time being.

and you very well may not be so *lucky* in the future.

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Re: kgd2kgfd_probe failed

Frans de Boer
On 21-01-18 21:05, Patrick Shanahan wrote:

> * Frans de Boer <[hidden email]> [01-21-18 15:03]:
>> On 21-01-18 19:03, Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink wrote:
>>> Op zondag 21 januari 2018 17:02:31 CET schreef Frans de Boer:
>>>> LS,
>>>>
>>>> I keep getting the message "kgd2kfd_probe failed" message, after which
>>>> the system stops loading KDE.
>>>>
>>>> I can boot, get the login screen, but some seconds thereafter the screen
>>>> freezes. I cab still switch to a console screen, but logging into the
>>>> graphical environment is not working.
>>>>
>>>> I am using a laptop with an AMD A6 CPU.
>>>>
>>>> Any suggestions?
>>>>
>>>> Regards, Frans.
>>> Is this Tumbleweed? If so, did you use 'zypper dup' to update?
>>>
>> No, I did an update with yast2 sw_single.
>
> then you should heed the caution that Tw *requires* updates using "zypper
> dup".
>
>> However, it seems to be resolved with 4.15-rc8. As I expected, it's a bug
>> introduced around 4.14.13 or so. Earlier kernels and TW updates did not gave
>> me that problem. So, I just wait until a proper update comes along and leave
>> the laptop as unusable for the time being.
>
> and you very well may not be so *lucky* in the future.
>
Thanks for the positive end note.

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Re: kgd2kgfd_probe failed

Frans de Boer
On 21-01-18 21:08, Frans de Boer wrote:

> On 21-01-18 21:05, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
>> * Frans de Boer <[hidden email]> [01-21-18 15:03]:
>>> On 21-01-18 19:03, Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink wrote:
>>>> Op zondag 21 januari 2018 17:02:31 CET schreef Frans de Boer:
>>>>> LS,
>>>>>
>>>>> I keep getting the message "kgd2kfd_probe failed" message, after which
>>>>> the system stops loading KDE.
>>>>>
>>>>> I can boot, get the login screen, but some seconds thereafter the
>>>>> screen
>>>>> freezes. I cab still switch to a console screen, but logging into the
>>>>> graphical environment is not working.
>>>>>
>>>>> I am using a laptop with an AMD A6 CPU.
>>>>>
>>>>> Any suggestions?
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards, Frans.
>>>> Is this Tumbleweed? If so, did you use 'zypper dup' to update?
>>>>
>>> No, I did an update with yast2 sw_single.
>>
>> then you should heed the caution that Tw *requires* updates using "zypper
>> dup".
>>
>>> However, it seems to be resolved with 4.15-rc8. As I expected, it's a
>>> bug
>>> introduced around 4.14.13 or so. Earlier kernels and TW updates did
>>> not gave
>>> me that problem. So, I just wait until a proper update comes along
>>> and leave
>>> the laptop as unusable for the time being.
>>
>> and you very well may not be so *lucky* in the future.
>>
> Thanks for the positive end note.
>
Also,
I do not want all the 32-bit packages again, which I get again for free
if using zypper dup.

Frans.
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Re: kgd2kgfd_probe failed

Jan Engelhardt-4
On Sunday 2018-01-21 21:17, Frans de Boer wrote:

> On 21-01-18 21:08, Frans de Boer wrote:
>> On 21-01-18 21:05, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
>>> * Frans de Boer <[hidden email]> [01-21-18 15:03]:
>>>> On 21-01-18 19:03, Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink wrote:
>>>>> Op zondag 21 januari 2018 17:02:31 CET schreef Frans de Boer:
>>>>>> LS,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I keep getting the message "kgd2kfd_probe failed" message, after which
>>>>>> the system stops loading KDE.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I can boot, get the login screen, but some seconds thereafter the screen
>>>>>> freezes. I cab still switch to a console screen, but logging into the
>>>>>> graphical environment is not working.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I am using a laptop with an AMD A6 CPU.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Any suggestions?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Regards, Frans.
>>>>> Is this Tumbleweed? If so, did you use 'zypper dup' to update?
>>>>>
>>>> No, I did an update with yast2 sw_single.
>>>
>>> then you should heed the caution that Tw *requires* updates using "zypper
>>> dup".
>>>
>>>> However, it seems to be resolved with 4.15-rc8. As I expected, it's a bug
>>>> introduced around 4.14.13 or so. Earlier kernels and TW updates did not gave
>>>> me that problem. So, I just wait until a proper update comes along and leave
>>>> the laptop as unusable for the time being.
>>>
>>> and you very well may not be so *lucky* in the future.
>>>
>> Thanks for the positive end note.
>>
> Also,
> I do not want all the 32-bit packages again, which I get again for free if
> using zypper dup.

then zypper dup --no-r?
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Re: kgd2kgfd_probe failed

Arjen de Korte
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Citeren Frans de Boer <[hidden email]>:

> On 21-01-18 21:08, Frans de Boer wrote:
>> On 21-01-18 21:05, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
>>> * Frans de Boer <[hidden email]> [01-21-18 15:03]:
>>>> On 21-01-18 19:03, Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink wrote:
>>>>> Op zondag 21 januari 2018 17:02:31 CET schreef Frans de Boer:
>>>>>> LS,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I keep getting the message "kgd2kfd_probe failed" message, after which
>>>>>> the system stops loading KDE.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I can boot, get the login screen, but some seconds thereafter the screen
>>>>>> freezes. I cab still switch to a console screen, but logging into the
>>>>>> graphical environment is not working.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I am using a laptop with an AMD A6 CPU.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Any suggestions?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Regards, Frans.
>>>>> Is this Tumbleweed? If so, did you use 'zypper dup' to update?
>>>>>
>>>> No, I did an update with yast2 sw_single.
>>>
>>> then you should heed the caution that Tw *requires* updates using "zypper
>>> dup".
>>>
>>>> However, it seems to be resolved with 4.15-rc8. As I expected, it's a bug
>>>> introduced around 4.14.13 or so. Earlier kernels and TW updates  
>>>> did not gave
>>>> me that problem. So, I just wait until a proper update comes  
>>>> along and leave
>>>> the laptop as unusable for the time being.
>>>
>>> and you very well may not be so *lucky* in the future.
>>>
>> Thanks for the positive end note.
>>
> Also,
> I do not want all the 32-bit packages again, which I get again for  
> free if using zypper dup.

That's an easy fix: 'zypper rm patterns-base-x86 glibc-32bit' will  
take care of that.

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Re: kgd2kgfd_probe failed

Frans de Boer


On 21-01-18 21:33, Arjen de Korte wrote:

> Citeren Frans de Boer <[hidden email]>:
>
>> On 21-01-18 21:08, Frans de Boer wrote:
>>> On 21-01-18 21:05, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
>>>> * Frans de Boer <[hidden email]> [01-21-18 15:03]:
>>>>> On 21-01-18 19:03, Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink wrote:
>>>>>> Op zondag 21 januari 2018 17:02:31 CET schreef Frans de Boer:
>>>>>>> LS,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I keep getting the message "kgd2kfd_probe failed" message, after
>>>>>>> which
>>>>>>> the system stops loading KDE.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I can boot, get the login screen, but some seconds thereafter
>>>>>>> the screen
>>>>>>> freezes. I cab still switch to a console screen, but logging
>>>>>>> into the
>>>>>>> graphical environment is not working.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I am using a laptop with an AMD A6 CPU.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Any suggestions?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Regards, Frans.
>>>>>> Is this Tumbleweed? If so, did you use 'zypper dup' to update?
>>>>>>
>>>>> No, I did an update with yast2 sw_single.
>>>>
>>>> then you should heed the caution that Tw *requires* updates using
>>>> "zypper
>>>> dup".
>>>>
>>>>> However, it seems to be resolved with 4.15-rc8. As I expected,
>>>>> it's a bug
>>>>> introduced around 4.14.13 or so. Earlier kernels and TW updates
>>>>> did not gave
>>>>> me that problem. So, I just wait until a proper update comes along
>>>>> and leave
>>>>> the laptop as unusable for the time being.
>>>>
>>>> and you very well may not be so *lucky* in the future.
>>>>
>>> Thanks for the positive end note.
>>>
>> Also,
>> I do not want all the 32-bit packages again, which I get again for
>> free if using zypper dup.
>
> That's an easy fix: 'zypper rm patterns-base-x86 glibc-32bit' will
> take care of that.
>
Ok, thanks all.
I never used zypper directly, to cumbersome.
No today I followed the directions ending with those from Jan (zypper
dup --no-r)
That worked, and I am back using the laptop again.

I will explore the possibilities and usefulness of zypper again, hoping
I don't drown in the options swap ;)

Regard, Frans.
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