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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0004639Kali LinuxGeneral Bugpublic2020-12-01 10:48
Reporter82913002 Assigned Torhertzog  
Status resolvedResolutionfixed 
Product Version2018.1 
Summary0004639: KALI 2018.1,after upgrade,the system often login out suddenly

KALI 2018.1,after upgrade,the system often login out suddenly

Steps To Reproduce

In a new KALI 2018.1,everything is ok.
I open a terminal,run:
apt update
apt upgrade
apt dist-upgrade

The login in,kali looks like normal,but when I use it a awhile,kali crash.
Like "Kali Linux 2018 crash when connecting an USB device",but I have't connect any usb device.
Kali logs out and system returns to logging on screen, shutting down all the processes. After logging in, it behaves like the computer has been shut down.All the work/processes are lost.
But all mounted parts are still mounted,all services,like cups,I manually started,are still started.

I reinstall KALI 2018.1 much times.

Thanks everyone.

Additional Information

My notebook:Thinkpad T430
System:Windows 10 + KALI 2018.1,use efi boot

Attached Files




2018-03-19 10:06

administrator   ~0008954

You should at least provide logs starting a few minutes before the crash... and tell us what you were doing when the crash happened.

journalctl will give you the logs



2018-03-19 10:57

reporter   ~0008955

I do nothing,I'm lerning the use of KALI, only use firefox-esr, usual.
And KALI crashed suddenly.

Use command:journalctl -b > log.txt,I get a log file.

Thanks for you help!

log.txt (469,345 bytes)


2018-03-19 11:55

administrator   ~0008956

This log file doesn't contain any sign of a session crash. Please send the log file after having experienced the crash... and indicate the rough timestamp of the crash.



2018-03-19 12:21

reporter   ~0008957

20:06,I start KALI.
Then open firefox-esr,only browse web pages.
Then KALI crashed at 20:13 probably.

I login in again.
Use command:journalctl -b > log1.txt,I get a log file.


log1.txt (457,260 bytes)


2018-03-19 13:51

administrator   ~0008958

Thank you, the problem seems to be in libinput (crashing Xorg) and related to your touchpad. The X server crashes with this assertion failure:

Mar 19 20:13:40 nuts /usr/lib/gdm3/gdm-x-session[954]: Xorg: ../src/evdev-mt-touchpad-tap.c:1028: tp_tap_handle_state: Assertion `tp->tap.nfingers_down >= 1' failed.

This should be fixed in with libinput10 1.10.3-2 that should be available shortly.

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2018-03-19 00:34 82913002 New Issue
2018-03-19 03:30 mohsenbotto Issue cloned: 0004640
2018-03-19 10:06 rhertzog Assigned To => rhertzog
2018-03-19 10:06 rhertzog Status new => feedback
2018-03-19 10:06 rhertzog Note Added: 0008954
2018-03-19 10:57 82913002 File Added: log.txt
2018-03-19 10:57 82913002 Note Added: 0008955
2018-03-19 10:57 82913002 Status feedback => assigned
2018-03-19 11:55 rhertzog Note Added: 0008956
2018-03-19 11:55 rhertzog Status assigned => feedback
2018-03-19 12:21 82913002 File Added: log1.txt
2018-03-19 12:21 82913002 Note Added: 0008957
2018-03-19 12:21 82913002 Status feedback => assigned
2018-03-19 13:51 rhertzog Note Added: 0008958
2018-03-19 13:52 rhertzog Status assigned => resolved
2018-03-19 13:52 rhertzog Resolution open => fixed
2020-12-01 10:48 g0tmi1k Priority immediate => normal