I just get a new computer and I installed Zorin OS lite. All if fine except when I press super + L for lock screen it doesn't go to login screen but simply kind of freeze screen and I can only move mouse cursor
You might try
sudo apt install --reinstall xfce4-screensaver
sudo apt remove xfce4-screensaver
Reboot and test
It doesn't change anything. Weird thing is hour in taskbar does change while "frozen" so I have no idea
It looks like lock is triggered but login page is not.
What happens if you run in terminal;
It does same, weird thing is my mouse cursor still update if I move it on terminal window's corner or on text field
sudo apt install --reinstall zorin-os-lite-desktop
What is the output of
sudo lshw -C video
This was reinstalled with success but doesn't fix
*-display NON-RÉCLAMÉ description: VGA compatible controller produit: Intel Corporation fabricant: Intel Corporation identifiant matériel: 2 information bus: pci@0000:00:02.0 version: 00 bits: 64 bits horloge: 33MHz fonctionnalités: pciexpress msi pm vga_controller bus_master cap_list configuration : latency=0 ressources : mémoireE/S:600-5ff mémoireE/S:400-3ff mémoire:6000000000-6000ffffff mémoire:4000000000-400fffffff portE/S:4000(taille=64) mémoire:c0000-dffff mémoire:4010000000-4016ffffff mémoire:4020000000-40ffffffff
Your display shows as Unclaimed - it has no loaded driver.
What graphics card are you using?
I have graphic card embed into processor but it is Intel UHD Graphics 750MHz and processor is Intel Alder Lake N95
And my monitor is connected to my computer using HDMI cable
Can you run
sudo apt install linux-oem-20.04d
Reboot and test...
Sadly install works fine but it doesn't fix
Is display still unclaimed?
Yes all same, if it can help here is the computer Trigkey Green G4 Mini PC/Intel 11th Generation Processors N100/16G DDR
I upgraded all still not, I have no additional driver available
It may be a lengthy output... But you can run
and paste the output here (Or use pastebin.com)
It doesn't exist I guess you meant
dmesg so here is output
Yes, I meant that. Sorry. It was pretty late here...
I have gone through the log but it shown nothing that can explain this.
Have you tried a higher kernel?
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tuxinvader/lts-mainline
sudo apt update && sudo apt install linux-generic-6.02
Reboot and test.
It did work! My computer is very recent with some components from 2023 like the processor so it might be the reason. Thank you so much