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In man xkeyboard-config, Key to choose the 3rd level, several options are listed to modify access to the 3rd level. lv3:alt_switch Any Alt lv3:lalt_switch Left Alt lv3:ralt_switch Right Alt lv3:ralt_switch_multikey Right Alt; Shift+Right Alt as Compose lv3:ralt_alt Right Alt never chooses 3rd level Thus ...


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I think you need to set your keyboard layout in your system. First of all in the root mode, sudo element, or doas command change the add the line below in the file $ sudo vim /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc The line is: #Keyboard layout setxkbmap -layout "us" & if you want to add two layout for example (US and DE) you can make set it as: #Keyboard ...


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I just got it working with _JAVA_AWT_WM_NONREPARENTING=1 and starting android-studio from command line. android-studio also needs sudo to install components if your android-sdk install is in default from AUR (/opt/android-sdk) and if thats the case just start android-studio with: sudo _JAVA_AWT_WM_NONREPARENTING=1 android-studio Just added that as an alias ...


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Just ran into a similar issue on Debian 10.8 with an RTX 3060 after moving my machine, leading to my finding this report. Prior to the move, there was no problem. After the move, display started stuttering while running a game, but operation of display was otherwise fine. System monitor showed the Xorg processes taking relatively huge amounts of cpu ...


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No, Xorg itself is not OpenGL. However, it connects to the Direct Rendering Infrastructure (DRI for short) that can be used to provide support for OpenGL. The Mesa project implements an open-source version of OpenGL - either software-rendered or hardware-accelerated, depending on whether the GPU model is supported and accessible using DRI. A third-party Xorg ...


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This is likely an X server (xorg-server) crash. The systemd journal trace of the coredump is here for two crash events on the same boot. The stack traces always include: Stack trace of thread 3428: #0 0x00007f1c5e6b9ef5 raise (libc.so.6 + 0x3cef5) #1 0x00007f1c5e6a3862 abort (libc.so.6 + 0x26862) #2 0x00005625301406ea OsAbort (Xorg + 0x14a6ea) #3 ...


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I am also seeing this an i7 running buster. AFYI If I have audio running the sound is not interrupted. If I leave glxgears running , it freezes but the console log shows the rate unchanged at 3pfps (it's a 4K display). I have been running buster for several years. This behaviour is relatively recent (maybe a few months). Like you I'm using Xorg (not ...


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