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Blank screen after login #419

xmonader opened this Issue Sep 8, 2012 · 7 comments


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xmonader commented Sep 8, 2012

I've just installed Razor-Qt on my Fedora 17 via yum after adding QtDesktop repository you recommended http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/X11:/QtDesktop/ and I'm receiving a Blank screen and I've to kill it manually via tty

How to produce:
1- Install Razor-Qt from the repository
2- Login (tried Razor-Qt , Razor-Qt (kwin), Razor-Qt (metacity), Razor-Qt (openbox) )
3- Blank screen


pvanek commented Sep 14, 2012

what's "blank screen" in your case, please? is there something running or is it only raw X session?

can you try to start it from running session (gnome, kde, ...) in xephyr as for example here:


you can try to replace razor-desktop with razor-session


pvanek commented Sep 14, 2012

BTW also you can try "trunk" packages - current git snapshot: http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/X11:/QtDesktop:/trunk/


mckaygerhard commented Sep 21, 2012

i have this behavior with all releases and git udates..

when user login, before screen dislay deskto comonente a white screen flashes, i do not tested without razor-deskto comonennt but i sed u feed back later if any..

@pvanek unfortunately non of this worked! I'm already using the repo for Fedora 17, and your examples didn't work as well :(

@xmonader xmonader closed this Sep 22, 2012

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pvanek commented Sep 27, 2012

well, it's not so much helpful unfortunately.

What's exactly written in the terminal when you start eg. razor-panel from running session (KDE/GNOME/plain openbox), please?


pvanek commented Sep 27, 2012

BTW can you check if it is not related to this one?


jleclanche commented May 30, 2014

If this is still an issue in lxqt, please reopen there.

@jleclanche jleclanche closed this May 30, 2014

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