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- Sep 11 2019, 9:44 AM (151 w, 6 d)
Sep 30 2021
Apr 24 2021
@bigrammy Thank you very much! I'm back up and running! :D My bad at didn't directly look at the Solus guide, didn't see the forest for the trees.
Apr 23 2021
@DataDrake I also tried your suggestion - with the same result, unfortunately. Can't get past my laptop's boot screen now.
Apr 22 2021
Many more crashes/logouts and therefore many more (hopefully meaningful) logfiles.
Apr 21 2021
Two more undesired log-offs occurred, attaching the journalctl files for the last hour before they took place.
Apr 19 2021
I was just again logged out of the session, this time the machine basically just sat idly by, with only one tab of Firefox running. For the purpose of (hopefully) tracking down the error, I will continue to upload journalctl log files. If this is considered spam, however, please let me know.
Apr 17 2021
This behaviour affects me to as of this week. I've attached the output of journalctl for the last hour before the last involuntary logout occured. Since I only have integrated Intel graphics, I won't bother to install bbswitch as @palto42 tried. If I can provide better/more detailed information, please let me know how.
Mar 2 2021
I can confirm this issue as it happened to me, too!
Feb 28 2021
Jan 10 2021
After some further experimenting, I thought I had narrowed the problem down to the X.org configuration in the 20-intel.conf file under /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d
Dec 20 2020
Update: Unfortunately the issue persists with all updates applied as of December 19th 2020.
Nov 15 2020
Update: Here's a video that depicts the issue I experience (not my video, AMD hardware, very old release of Solus): Screen Tearing on Solus 220.127.116.11
Oct 5 2020
Sep 26 2019
Thank you very much for looking into this!
Your way of explaining things and guiding me through it makes me feel as if even a noob like me can contribute in some small fashion. I really appreciate it!
Sep 25 2019
Thank you for your time and prompt reaction, joebonrichie! =)
I've upgraded gdb, here's the output. I'v eincluded the run part as well, just in case there's something of interest in there as well.
Sep 24 2019
Thank you for the easy to follow guide, joebonrichie!