Mamarokso the kexboard bug is back in Groovy: my NumPad doesn't work, it's impossible to even activate it11:33
BluesKajHi all12:28
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> @Mamarok, Did fresh format/install the home partition?  Anaconda severely interfered with my upgrade creating a huge mess.  I finally gave up trying to recover, installed to a formatted root.14:42
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> However, I left /home unformatted and my numlocks was still not enabled on reboot (manual enable worked).  After attempting several selective file renames, I finally renamed ~/.config and ~/.local and re-installded again.  Now my numlocks is working fine.  (I have yet to discover the corrupted file and I am not sure which one to check).14:45
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> For me, a far worse issues is the NVidia driver is not properly initializing after waking from sleep, corrupting System Settings main menu and any chromium based browser.  Restarting the browser "fixes" the corrupted browser, but I have not found anything that fixes the black system setting menu.14:48
Mamarokluckily I don't have NVIDIA, I will probably just wait till my new laptop arrives and do a fresh install, then reinstall this one14:54
Mamarokmatter of a few weeks only14:54
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> (Photo, 1154x1119) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/0RpdiFyl/file_37119.jpg My System Settings screen:14:55
MamarokNouvrau driver?14:55
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> Same behavior in Neon Dev Unstable so looks like new fw/plasma versions do not like NVida.14:56
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> No, I tried 435, 450 and 455 NVidia drivers.  Same result.14:56
Mamarokoh crap, Ryzen 7 will not be available before end of year :-(14:59
Mamarokshould I go with a 5 instead?14:59
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> On my hybrid laptop, the Intel video work fine. But the NVidia bug is reproduceable on multiple systems with different kernel versions.  The common factors are NVidia with plasma 5.19.5, fw 5.74, QT 5.14,.2 and up.15:01
Mamarokhm, really need to decide, Ryzen 5 or wait for the 7 at the end of the year? 15:03
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> My daughter and I built a Ryzen 5 3600X and love it so far.15:03
Mamarokthis is a Ryzen 5 4600H15:03
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> 6 core, 12 thread is way more than she needed.15:03
MamarokI guess it's probably enough for my needs as well, and with 64 GB RAM I can't complain...15:04
valorie@DarinMiller sounds like a def. plasma bug -- have you filed a report on bugs.kde.org?20:56
valoriethey really want to fix stuff like that20:57
* valorie has nvidia but I don't put it to sleep20:57
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> Valorie, I fully agree, but David E. seems to think it's an upstream issue as he closed my BR blaming chromium:  https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=42732921:35
ubottuKDE bug 427329 in libplasma "NVidia Video corruption after wake from sleep" [Major,Resolved: upstream]21:35
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> But its not just chromium and other Neon users are also affected (checkout my comments in the Neon channel).21:36
valorieI guess I would have to start up tb to see your comments - my irc history doesn't show you there21:38
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> On the Neon channel, I posted the bug report link above and asked if anyone else has had issues with NVidia drivers, Neon and sleeping and Christian Collins stated he has not been able to sleep his NVidia box for awhile due to the corruption issues.21:45
valorieperhaps he will comment on the BR then21:46
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> Yes, good idea... should I also re-open the bug after he comments since more than just myself is affected?21:49
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> I just realized David left a more detailed comment regarding NVidia with NVidia fully acknowledging the issue.  Dang NVidia!21:53
valorieI'll be sure not to sleep this computer for awhile!22:00
valoriealthough it might be interesting to see if the sys76 ppa stuff "cures" the problem22:01
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> That would be a good test.  I have tested 2 different NVidia systems with Neon and Groovy and both exhibit the same issue. The Intel drivers on the same system work flawlessly.22:05

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