it does not show icon in gnome panel and does not show any window when luanched, the processes exist in system monitor though.
env F37 x11 on a thinkpad t450s laptop, it used to work, but stopped working after upgrading F36 to F37
- reinstall latest google-chrome-stable
- reinstall akmod-nvidia
It might have something to do with gnome-keyring, because this works
Although I do not understand why, here is the fix
I deleted gnome keyring with
mv ~/.local/share/keyrings ~/.local/share/keyrings.bak
# and restart keyring daemon
google-chrome, and it asks me for a new keyring password
after this, google-chrome works as expected
Interesting. It appears somehow your Gnome Keyring got corrupted in the upgrade. That shouldn’t happen. I’m happy you found a workaround, but now I’m curious how it broke.
Also if you are using automatic login, use empty password above, then it would not ask for password again