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OAP thrown to login screen when using Google Assistant
#1
Hello,

this is the second time this happens so I thought I should report it and get some thoughts on the issue.

While using AA (wireless), and all is well, I asked Google assistant two queries (regarding web search results), and when finishing the second query back to back (I heard the "blink" that notifies you that the recording stopped), raspbian gets thrown to the login screen and asks for password to login. The On-board keyboard doesn't appear on the login screen, so you're stuck there until you can find a safe space to force reboot the pi (if you don't have an external keyboard attached). 

I can't get any logs because the device becomes inoperable.

Can you look into it?
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#2
Please post more details about your setup. It looks more like GPU/Pi Windows Manager issue.

It might be also good to report the issue with crashing Windows Manager at Pi Foundation resources (github or forums).
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#3
(12-02-2020, 08:17 PM)BlueWave Wrote: Please post more details about your setup. It looks more like GPU/Pi Windows Manager issue.

It might be also good to report the issue with crashing Windows Manager at Pi Foundation resources (github or forums).

I'm sorry, here it is from an older post:
System requirements:
a. What is the version of your RPI?: RPi4b 2GB
b. Power supply details: custom 12V to 5V 3A converter (no lighting /warning signs whatsoever)
c. Model of external sound card: random USB sound card CAB-U036
d. Do you have microphone input?: Yes
e. Details of your Bluetooth dongle: A CSR 4.0 dongle I think (bought according to your instructions)
f. Touchscreen model: Official RPi touchscreen

Yes, it does look like something like that. But I don't know where to start, where to look for logs. Has it ever happened to you? I'll try to replicate but I don't think I'll manage, it has happened twice in like 4-5 months (I don't use GA often).
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(12-02-2020, 09:20 PM)KreAch3R Wrote:
(12-02-2020, 08:17 PM)BlueWave Wrote: Please post more details about your setup. It looks more like GPU/Pi Windows Manager issue.

It might be also good to report the issue with crashing Windows Manager at Pi Foundation resources (github or forums).

I'm sorry, here it is from an older post:
System requirements:
a. What is the version of your RPI?: RPi4b
b. Power supply details: custom 12V to 5V 3A converter (no lighting /warning signs whatsoever)
c. Model of external sound card: random USB sound card CAB-U036
d. Do you have microphone input?: Yes
e. Details of your Bluetooth dongle: A CSR 4.0 dongle I think (bought according to your instructions)
f. Touchscreen model: Official RPi touchscreen

Yes, it does look like something like that. But I don't know where to start, where to look for logs. Has it ever happened to you? I'll try to replicate but I don't think I'll manage, it has happened twice in like 4-5 months (I don't use GA often).

How much RAM does your Raspberrry PI 4B has?
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(12-02-2020, 09:27 PM)BlueWave Wrote:
(12-02-2020, 09:20 PM)KreAch3R Wrote:
(12-02-2020, 08:17 PM)BlueWave Wrote: Please post more details about your setup. It looks more like GPU/Pi Windows Manager issue.

It might be also good to report the issue with crashing Windows Manager at Pi Foundation resources (github or forums).

I'm sorry, here it is from an older post:
System requirements:
a. What is the version of your RPI?: RPi4b
b. Power supply details: custom 12V to 5V 3A converter (no lighting /warning signs whatsoever)
c. Model of external sound card: random USB sound card CAB-U036
d. Do you have microphone input?: Yes
e. Details of your Bluetooth dongle: A CSR 4.0 dongle I think (bought according to your instructions)
f. Touchscreen model: Official RPi touchscreen

Yes, it does look like something like that. But I don't know where to start, where to look for logs. Has it ever happened to you? I'll try to replicate but I don't think I'll manage, it has happened twice in like 4-5 months (I don't use GA often).

How much RAM does your Raspberrry PI 4B has? 

It's the 2GB version.
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