On Wed, 28 Jul 2021, Stuart D Gathman wrote:
> On Wed, 28 Jul 2021, Peter Robinson wrote:
>>> You are right. On the Intel laptops, killing Xorg (from a remote
>>> login) resolves the problem. On Pinebook, Xorg restarts, but the
>>> screen is still black. So clearly they are different problems.
>> I would have thought on the Penbook (traditional or Pro) they would be
>> using Wayland so I would be surprised if there was a Xorg process even
> I am running LXDE, because Pinebook has only 2G - not expandable. Does
> one of the other lightweight desktops use Wayland in f34? That would be
> worth trying.
I had this (or something similar) after updating my Pi4 to F34 in April.
In my case it was to do with the screen saver which I think I fixed by
removing the xscreensaver package, tidying up any related files in
/etc/xdg/autostart/ and reinstalling the xfce4-screensaver package. I may
have also checked the screenserver settings were reasonable.
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