From time to time the mouse pointer disappears and terminal switching with Ctrl+Alt+FX is no more possible. Num Lock may or may not work. See at the attached log files. Installed from Mageia x11-server-xorg-1.20.4-7.mga7.
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xorg.conf in use
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system journal (dmesgs)
I see a ton of batch submission errors followed by a graphics error, likely leading to engine hang. It seems you're using plasma, which uses GL to render things and is probably a trigger for these.
Seems to be a kernel related issue since I have booted Debian 9 where it used to work with the Mageia kernel and no mouse pointer appeared.
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journal.dmesg hang #1
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Xorg.0.log, hang #1
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journal.dmesg hang #2
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Xorg.0.log, hang #2
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Now I have tried it with Xfce. It should not use glx. For KDE I believe you cannot switch it off completely, at least not for the logout.
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Hmm, there is not much in the logs. Run X with gdb?
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You are not even safe from these crashes when using icewm
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Any help would be very appreciated!
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