[Assist] problem with gnome (20 sec wait)

Joshua Branson jbranso at fastmail.com
Thu Nov 8 14:15:00 GMT 2018

Jonathan Lapointe <lapointe.jonathan at gmail.com> writes:

> I have a silly problem with gnome.  At boot, my system start with lightdm, I then enter my creditential (username/password) then I have to wait 20
> secondes.  It just happen and It was not like that before.  Today, for my first time I use the root to connect to Gnome, and there was no lag, no waiting 20
> secondes.  So, after that I decide to create a new account and try with Gnome but then same problem that with the user.  So It's not a extension or
> something that my user has.  Its specific to users but don't affect Root.

Definitely do NOT log into gnome as your root user!  That's exposes you
to all kinds of security vulnerabilities!  hahaha.  If I had to guess, I
would say that root has a higher priority than a regular user.  Though
I'm not certain why it is taking 20 extra seconds to log in.  Best of luck.

> I would like to know how to activate ~/.xsession-errors, because mine are just empty.
> I try with  journalctl --since "5 minutes ago"  but it was not enought specific.
> I suspect a service or something that my root has not.
> I manage to look at those with sudo systemctl but didn't found.
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