So I’m not sure what’s causing this, but though i ask here to see what logs/settings i should look at to see what is causing this.
The first time i turn on my computer and then try to login to my username, my monitor says that it doesnt have an output, and this lasts for about 10-15 seconds then i get an output, and the weird thing is that in this case, i go right into the full screen wallpaper, even tho in the latest gnome when you login, you should also see the apps that you pinned on the lower bar.
And after i reboot the machine, i get instant output when login and i also see the lower bar (as i should) and don’t go instantly to full screen.
The system is still initializing some things related to graphics.
With the reboot those items are already powered on and configured
I cannot answer about the initial login going to the desktop immediately.
Have you possibly already clicked the mouse before the screen displays? It does only require a mouse click to fully open the desktop.
I’m 100% sure that even when i don’t click anything, it will still go to full screen, but if i wait around 40-50 seconds at the login screen and then login, it will login normally.
It has only started doing in the recent weeks, i never had a similar problem like this before that.
So how can i diagnose what is causing this and why all of the sudden i need to wait 40-50 seconds for fedora to initialize graphic stuff?
This issue still exists, every morning i have to wait 1-2 minutes at the login screen before i login, otherwise if i login before that, i am greeted with a black screen and the logo of my Monitor keep showing up and disappearing, until the 1-2 minute mark is reached.
But when i reboot, this doesn’t happen… why? Can anyone help me find the cause of this?