Bug#497274: Unresponsive shutdown/restart/logout
joss at debian.org
Tue Sep 2 10:23:47 UTC 2008
Le dimanche 31 août 2008 à 15:25 +0200, Cesare Leonardi a écrit :
> For me it's always reproducible:
> - login with gdm;
> - *IMPORTANT*: do nothing (ie not start any application);
> - click on System -> "Log out..." or System -> "Shut down...";
> For me the operation seems completely ignored, until i try to launch
> something (a terminal, an application). This last operation seems to
> trigger or unlock something and then the logout procedure (or restart,
> or shutdown) start up. Sometimes you can't even see the application
> launched, that get killed immediately. If it is a Gnome app, it will be
> restarted automatically on the next login.
Please provide the list of running processes when this is happening (log
in to the console and type "ps auxw"), the contents of ~/.gnome2/session
(if any), the list of files in /etc/xdg/autostart
and /usr/share/autostart (if any).
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