[Bug 235195] x11/plasma5-plasma: Windows and menus do not redraw after upgrade

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Tue Feb 5 01:03:48 GMT 2019


--- Comment #9 from Peter C B Henderson <peter.henderson at ieee.org> ---
As stated in my previous comment (2019-02-03 09:52:33 UTC), installing the
nvidia driver fixed the problem.

Nevertheless, to help identify what caused it in the first place I started the
regression of mesa-dri, as suggested by Jan Beich (2019-02-03 12:32:44 UTC).

The first step was to delete the nvidia packages I had installed, i.e.
nvidia-driver-340-340.107_3, nvidia-settings-415.25 and nvidia-xconfig-415.25. 
I rebooted and then checked to see if the problem had returned.  To my
surprise, everything seemed to work as it should.  Application menus worked
normally.  The strange forbidden region of the screen (see my comment
2019-02-03 03:25:47 UTC) didn't manifest itself.

To see if I could recreate the problem, I then removed the linux compatibility
packages installed when I installed the nvidia driver, i.e.
linux-c6-expat-2.0.1_5, linux-c6-fontconfig-2.8.0_3, linux-c6-xorg-libs-7.4_10
and linux_base-c6-6.10.  Again, I rebooted to see if the problem had returned. 
Again, everything was, and still is, working normally.  Note, these were the
only linux compatibility packages on my system.

As a result, I'd like to know if there is still any point in regressing
mesa-dri as suggested by Jan Beich?  I'm actually not sure if I can perform
this regression.

FYI, I have included a list of all the upgrades I have done since this problem
appeared.  None of them in themselves fixed the problem, but they may have some
bearing on why it has not reappeared.

apache-openoffice-4.1.6_3 -> apache-openoffice-4.1.6_4
bash-5.0_2 -> bash-5.0.2
binutils-2.30_7,1 -> binutils-2.31.1_1,1
ca_root_nss-3.41 -> ca_root_nss-3.42
cmake-3.13.2 -> cmake-3.13.3
droid-fonts-ttf-20131024_3 -> droid-fonts-ttf-20131024_4
emacs-26.1_4,3 -> emacs-26.1_5,3
firefox-64.0.2_1,1 -> firefox-65.0_1,1
gnutls-3.6.5_1 -> gnutls-3.6.6
gsed-4.2.2_2 -> gsed-4.7
harfbuzz-2.3.0 -> harfbuzz-2.3.1
harfbuzz-icu-2.3.0 -> harfbuzz-icu-2.3.1
hunspell-1.6.2_2 -> hunspell-1.7.0
java-zoneinfo-2018.g -> java-zoneinfo-2018.i
kf5-sonnet-5.54.0_1 -> kf5-sonnet-5.54.0_2
krdc-18.12.1_1 -> krdc-18.12.1_2
  -> libchk-1.10.3 (newly installed package)
libedit-3.1.20170329_2,1 -> libedit-3.1.20181209_2,1
libgit2-0.27.7 -> libgit2-0.27.8
libgpg-error-1.34 -> libgpg-error-1.35
libinput-1.11.3_1 -> libinput-1.12.6
libnghttp2-1.35.1 -> libnghttp2-1.36.0
libssh-0.8.4 -> libssh-0.8.6
libssh2-1.8.0,3 -> libssh2-1.8.0_1,3
libuv-1.24.1 -> libuv-1.25.0
libva-2.3.0_5 -> libva-2.4.0
libvncserver-0.9.11_2 -> libvncserver-0.9.12_1
libxkbcommon-0.8.0 -> libxkbcommon-0.8.0_1
mysql56-client-5.6.42_1 -> mysql56-client-5.6.43
mysql56-server-5.6.42_2 -> mysql56-server-5.6.43
mythes-1.2.4_5 -> mythes-1.2.4_6
node-11.6.0 -> node-11.8.0
nss-3.41_1 -> nss-3.42
okular-18.12.1_1 -> okular-18.12.1_2
p11-kit-0.23.14 -> p11-kit-0.23.15
pciids-20181228 -> pciids-20190120
pkgconf-1.5.4,1 -> pkgconf-1.6.0,1
plasma5-kdeplasma-addons-5.14.5_1 -> plasma5-kdeplasma-addons-5.14.5_2
py27-beaker-1.10.0 -> py27-beaker-1.10.0_1
py27-pytz-2018.7,1 -> py27-pytz-2018.9,1
py27-requests-2.18.4_1 -> py27-requests-2.21.0
py27-setuptools-40.6.2 -> py27-setuptools-40.6.3
py27-setuptools_scm-1.17.0 -> py27-setuptools_scm-3.1.0
py36-setuptools-40.6.2 -> py36-setuptools-40.6.3
qt5-virtualkeyboard-5.12.0_1 -> qt5-virtualkeyboard-5.12.0_2
re2-20180901_1 -> re2-20190101
rust-cbindgen-0.6.8_1 -> rust-cbindgen-0.7.1
sane-backends-1.0.27_4 -> sane-backends-1.0.27_5
sudo-1.8.27 -> sudo-1.8.27_1
thunderbird-60.4.0_2 -> thunderbird-60.5.0
tradcpp-0.5.2 -> tradcpp-0.5.3
wayland-1.16.0 -> wayland-1.16.0_1
webp-1.0.1_1 -> webp-1.0.2
zsh-5.6.2_1 -> zsh-5.7_1

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