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Display Manager crash

I've worked with my new Asus Tinkerboard, but suddenly the display manager crashes. So I tried to reboot it, but the tty7 only shows a black screen with kernel messages on it which aren't related to the blackscreen so no error there. And neither in the kernel.log nor in the syslog is any message about this crash.

 I have also tried to install a different display manager "gdm3" -> same issue.

The output of 
service lightdm status
says that it is started.

So what is the problem? Graphic Driver?
That makes the Tinkerboard unusable.
I've found the issue.

The X-Server has an memory leak so when the RAM is full, so lightdm will kill the X-Server and restart it.

Maybe Asus will fix it soon?!

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