I've a strange behaviour in my live remix when I try to set language
using System settings > Regional settings > Language. I just get
"American English" and "British English" and nothing else.
I know there is a bug  in language settings.
Is this behaviour due to the bug or I'm missing something?
Does anyone know where the language list sourced from?
According to https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=427777 it should be
possible to switch users from the KDE lock screen, however I don't seem
to have this functionality.
Related question: is it possible to have two different DEs on different
virtual consoles (if necessary with two distinct users)? For example,
one with KDE and another with Gnome. I know this used to be possible in
some previous iterations of KDE/Plasma, but there may be limitations
due to SDDM.
I really, really don't like the glaring red close window button that the
Breeze theme uses in F34. Is there a way to revert to the gray button
that I had in F33?
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I've recently tried running some Windows Steam games under Linux, using
Steam's Proton compatibility layer. Under F33 I had some success with a
few of them, but under F34 things have been less reliable. One game
(Skyrim SE) crashes immediately, while another (Edith Finch) will run
for a few minutes very smoothly, then suddenly freeze the entire UI so
badly that I need to log in from another machine to kill the desktop
session. I can't even switch to another virtual console.
All this has been with KDE/Plasma/X11, but when I log in under
Gnome/X11 everything seems to work correctly, at least so far.
Has anyone seen this kind of problem with Plasma?
Fedora 33 still and have an issue.
My plasmashell crashed. It isn't running and I have my open apps and a
black background. Right click does nothing and there is no menu bar.
Is there a way to restart the plasmashell from a tty and attach it to
the running tty or is there a clean way to close off the account from a
I cannot just shut the computer down as there are some very long
processes running in a different account.
Just before the crash, plasmashell was running at 100% on a core.