[Assist] problem with gnome (20 sec wait)

Nils ANDRÉ-CHANG nils.andre.chang at gmail.com
Thu Nov 8 20:49:04 GMT 2018

Sorry if this is dumb:

But maybe it has to do with an action that tries to be executed when you 
start up Gnome.

And when you are root it gets executed but as a normal user, the action 
blocks and is retried. And after a certain amount of failed retries 
gnome stops retrying and continues to the next task.

On 08/11/2018 03:02, Jonathan Lapointe wrote:
> 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.
> 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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