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Offline Balou

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Cinnamon Problem
« on: 2021/09/29, 18:56:04 »
Hallo

Mutig wie ich nun mal bin, unten das update eingespielt. Danach geht es bis zum Anmeldebildschirm, aber keine Anmeldung möglich.

Gibt wohl noch ein paar Abhängigkeitsproblem. Habe das nicht weiter untersucht sondern schnell das aktuelle Backup von heute morgen wieder eingespielt.

Es fehlen wohl noch ein paar Pakete. Wieder gelernt, lieber einmal mehr prüfen.


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cinnamon-control-center-data/unstable 5.0.2-2 all [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.2-1]
cinnamon-control-center-goa/unstable 5.0.2-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.2-1]
cinnamon-control-center/unstable 5.0.2-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.2-1]
cinnamon-core/unstable 5.0.1 all [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.3]
cinnamon-desktop-data/unstable 5.0.0-2 all [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.1-2]
cinnamon-desktop-environment/unstable 5.0.1 all [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.3]
cinnamon-l10n/unstable 5.0.2-2 all [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.3-1]
cinnamon-screensaver/unstable 5.0.6-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.1-3]
cinnamon-session-common/unstable 5.0.1-2 all [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.0-3]
cinnamon-session/unstable 5.0.1-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.0-3]
cinnamon-settings-daemon/unstable 5.0.4-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.5-1]
gir1.2-cinnamondesktop-3.0/unstable 5.0.0-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.1-2]
gir1.2-cmenu-3.0/unstable 5.0.0-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.3-1]
gir1.2-cvc-1.0/unstable 5.0.0-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.1-2]
gir1.2-meta-muffin-0.0/unstable 5.0.1-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.1-1]
libcinnamon-control-center1/unstable 5.0.2-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.2-1]
libcinnamon-desktop4/unstable 5.0.0-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.1-2]
libcinnamon-menu-3-0/unstable 5.0.0-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.3-1]
libcscreensaver0/unstable 5.0.6-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.1-3]
libcvc0/unstable 5.0.0-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.1-2]
libmuffin0/unstable 5.0.1-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.1-1]
muffin-common/unstable 5.0.1-2 all [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.1-1]
muffin/unstable 5.0.1-2 amd64 [aktualisierbar von: 4.8.1-1]


Balou
« Last Edit: 2021/09/30, 17:29:59 by Balou »

Offline Balou

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Re: Cinnamon Problem
« Reply #1 on: 2021/09/30, 17:29:23 »
Hallo

Stand 30.9.2021, Update lief ohne Probleme durch.
Keine Auffälligkeiten bis jetzt

Balou

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Re: Cinnamon Problem
« Reply #2 on: 2021/10/02, 15:29:23 »
New version of cinnamon 5.0.5-2 is causing stopjobs while shutdown or reboot system !!

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Re: Cinnamon Problem
« Reply #3 on: 2021/10/02, 21:06:55 »
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New version of cinnamon 5.0.5-2 is causing stopjobs while shutdown or reboot system !!

One of my three KDE systems, a laptop, likes to hang on shutdown or reboot with "A stop job is running for user ______" and then it waits 120 seconds to continue.  On this system, when I get to tty1, before I full-upgrade and shutdown or reboot, I enter:

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# pkill -9 -u username
After full-upgrade, it will shutdown or reboot immediately.
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Re: Cinnamon Problem
« Reply #4 on: 2021/10/03, 20:08:36 »
Hi dibl,
thanks for your suggestion,always different ways to get to Rome  :D ;)

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Re: Cinnamon Problem
« Reply #5 on: 2021/10/03, 20:16:20 »
Of course, one would think, after logging out, and going from init 5 to init 3, there should be no user processes still running ......    ::)
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Re: Cinnamon Problem
« Reply #6 on: 2021/10/03, 20:25:12 »
Please check /etc/systemd/logind.conf under [Login] if
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KillUserProcesses=yesis set. The default (commented # and set to no) was changed in siduction once because of some of those annoying stopjob thingies.
Du lachst? Wieso lachst du? Das ist doch oft so, Leute lachen erst und dann sind sie tot.

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Re: Cinnamon Problem
« Reply #7 on: 2021/10/03, 21:31:08 »
I have

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don@dibl-HP350:/etc/systemd$ cat logind.conf | grep KillUser*
#KillUserProcesses=no

Should I uncomment and change to YES?
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Re: Cinnamon Problem
« Reply #8 on: 2021/10/03, 21:51:05 »
dibl, yes, worth a try ;)
Du lachst? Wieso lachst du? Das ist doch oft so, Leute lachen erst und dann sind sie tot.

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Re: Cinnamon Problem
« Reply #9 on: 2021/10/03, 22:02:32 »
Thank you -- the change is made.

It may be some days or a week before I can be sure whether it worked, or not -- the issue has been somewhat random.  But I will report.

Thanks again.
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Re: Cinnamon Problem
« Reply #10 on: 2021/10/25, 21:29:19 »
Quote from: dibl
But I will report.

This tip worked -- three weeks of daily upgrades, no waiting for a user process to close after issuing the shutdown command.

So, in /etc/systemd/logind.conf, change

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#KillUserProcesses=no
to
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KillUserProcesses=yes
and never see the 90 second countdown again..  Thanks,  @der_bud!
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