I got my laptop battery accidently disconnected, while the laptop was suspended to RAM. And now I'm experiencing these problems: When I'm trying to login to the system using sddm or kdm: after I enter my password - I'm getting mouse cursor and default wallpaper displayed and nothing happens after that.
It doesn't matter if I'm trying to login to kde or to TWM.
I've created a new user to test whether is it related to some user settings. It's not. The same thing happens for a new user.
I can login to the tty console.
I can perform startx and startkde with root credentionals and kde works just fine.
But if I'm performing startx with standart user credentionals - twm starts and then my laptop ignoring any input (besides power button).
My ~/.xsession-errors contains only the following line:
sudo: no tty present and no askpass program specified
I've already done fsck.
Do you have any idea what I'm dealing with here?
Some (probably relevant) info from journalctl. After the login attempt with sddm, I'm getting:
dbus: [system] Failed to activate service 'org.freedesktop.login1': timed out sddm-helper: pam_systemd(sddm:session): failed to create session: connection timed out