[Assist] problem with gnome (20 sec wait)
lapointe.jonathan at gmail.com
Fri Nov 9 00:18:14 GMT 2018
It seem that when I log out and log back after (no shutdown/no
restart), the problem is fixed. I'm wonder if its something like a
service that when it start crash my user because he doesnt have enought
permission...I'm using journalctl --since "2 minutes ago" but its not
as efficient, i'm not able to read the full line of each ones, is there
another viewer for logs.
On Thu, Nov 8, 2018 at 3:49 PM, Nils ANDRÉ-CHANG
<nils.andre.chang at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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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