First of all. I can’t say this enough: awesome device. Just love it.
Here is my perceived problem: I updated Phosh with the recent updates. Now, when I boot, first I enter my password for disk decryption, then I get this odd screen which appears to be some odd Gnome-setting thing with my username and a mouse cursor, then (but not always) the odd screen usually goes away and then boots into Pure OS. Sometimes it changes the light settings, sometimes it does not. Sometimes it won’t boot at all to Pure OS. I have to keep turning the phone off and on.
Also, as a clue: I do not get any of the power button functionality for emergency contacts, etc., as described here by the estimable Guido Gunther: https://social.librem.one/@agx/110169411107984130
Might this have something to do with my odd screen behaviour? Maybe? Maybe not?
I am happy to report any fancy commands back to anyone to try and resolve this annoying issue. Cheers.
I recognize that one. I have been seeing that (and still do), for a couple of weeks now. It is just an old fashioned, run-of-the-mill GUI login screen. It doesn’t appear to cause amy problems. And I sort of like it, because it makes the phone so linuxy.
Indeed that fixes the eclectic pureos10 login showing with cursor just before the phosh login screen with pin osk on reboot.
For me gdm wasnt installed and apt info gdm showed it to be a virtual package (not sure what that means). Gdm however was enabled by default on the L5 using current flash images. What is it used for since it appears enabled by default?
To me if it slows down the boot/login process wouldnt it be better to not show it by default?