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F22 double graphical environment

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I recently updated my F21 to F22 and since the update I have 2 graphics servers running. Of course, this is not good for performance. What happens is:

  1. I start the system, and get one server under c-a-F1,
  2. From c-a-F2 I open a console (usually I play some music from the console).
  3. Some time after starting, the current graphical session is moved to c-a-F3, c-a-F2 is still the console I opened, and c-a-F1 is a different (non-logged in) graphical server.

Anyone have an idea what is going on? What information could I research to find out what is wrong? How can I get the system to start only one graphical server?

posted Jun 1, 2015 by anonymous

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