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I've recently installed Funtoo 1.4 (I did a zero fill on my HD early, instead updating from Funtoo 1.3), and now after I've installed all (or almost all) programs I want, I'm experiencing a very bad bug that makes my screen freeze when I open certain progs. It has first occurred when I opened the Youtube page on surf browser. The screen just got frozen although the mouse still be changing accordingly with the application. To bribe this situation I have to quit dwm (which is the window manager that I use) and then open it again by doing startx. It also occurs everytime I try to open Vivaldi browser. Immediately when the program opens the screen freezes. My notebook wich Funtoo 1.4 is installed has 4Gb of RAM, Intel Core I3 processor and Intel HD Graphics 3000. I have set gfxcard-intel on epro profile and intel i965 on make.conf. While I've been doing this topic my screen just got frozen 2 times on surf, both when I tried to search something on Google and it had Youtube content involved; and I realized that the X log (that shows up in the terminal when I do startx) sometimes shows errors related to GDK. The last one reported an IO problem from GDK. Please, can anybody help me with this issue? I also have experienced other issues with this new update of Funtoo and I'll make other topics to report them, wich I think it's the best I can do at this moment.
Hello All. First off, kudos for finding a way around systemd and GNOME. What a pain in the ass that migration would be. second off, I'm having some behavioral issues with GNOME. I think it might be on the video front, but also might be on the power front (power up, power down, log out, restart, etc). I'm putting them in the same topic because I believe that they might be related on some way. But.... I really don't know how to diagnose this to be quite honest. Lets start with the video side. Everything works great, for a while. If I use a program such as VLC, or Totem, there are times when the whole screen freezes, but the mouse is still able to move around. But I cannot drag any of the windows in the gnome environment, and the video's picture stays on the same frame, but the audio continues to play. Another problem I've had, and I believe it might be video related is when GNOME goes into screen shutdown or lock mode. there are times when it shuts the screen down, and when I move the mouse, the mouse works but the screen is black and I am stuck. Everything else on GNOME continues to work, but I can't get to my desktop. Sometimes the default "drag up" gnome lock screen appears, then it works as intended. Sometimes I have to wait for the screen to turn back off, and when it turns back on, the normal drag up screen will appear and work perfectly as well.... Other times I have to ALT+F1, and killall gnome-shell That seems to kill that. I ALT-F7 back on to the desktop, and since I have guake fired up, I can run gnome-shell again, and work with the intended GNOME environment. Other times, I'll get a partial black screen, and a partially loaded GNOME drag-up, lock screen. Almost as if it's in mid load. Then, my system freezes completly. I can move my mouse around, but I can't ALT+F1 out. On the power up/down, restart, logout, I have another set of issues. Sometimes, once the system has been running, say an hour or two, and I want to restart/power down my computer, it takes an awful long time to shut down GNOME and go into the reboot/power down state. I've noticed that it isn't a specific program running on GNOME as I shut down all programs that are currently open and on the system tab, and it still takes its time to shutdown. There are moments when it might take up to 3 - 5 minutes for GNOME to shut off and go into reboot/power down mode. Is there any way to diagnose this? I would appreciate any help on learning how to check what's going on here. Or has anyone had these issues in the past as well? I am really getting used to using GNOME, and would hate to have to switch desktops because of these problems. Thanks!