Bug#776911: gnome-session: session fails to start with "something went wrong" message
smcv at debian.org
Wed Feb 4 15:49:27 UTC 2015
Control: tags 776911 + moreinfo
On Tue, 03 Feb 2015 at 10:20:35 +0100, Rafal Pietrak wrote:
> right after upgrade from wheezy to jessie I'm not able to login with standard
> gdm3 login panel. It takes my username and password, and tries to start gnome
> session, but fails with "Opps" screen. The only hints I find in logs are
> "drm:i9xx_set_fifo_underrun *ERROR* pipe A underrun".
The "Oops" screen means that something marked as critical to the session
has not started, or has crashed repeatedly. There are only two critical
components in jessie's GNOME: gnome-shell, and gnome-settings-daemon.
Is there any indication in the systemd journal, /var/log/syslog,
or /var/log/Xorg.*.log of what has crashed or why? Please attach
the parts of those logs that are close to the time of the failure to
Are you using the standard GNOME-Shell-based gdm login screen?
(grey background with a "texture", black bar at the top)
Are you using the standard GNOME Shell login session, or a variant
like Classic or Flashback?
The information gathered by these commands might also be useful
information for developers:
reportbug --template gnome-settings-daemon
reportbug --template gnome-shell
reportbug --template xorg
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