SLOW boot and LONG wait when logging out to switch users.
misc at daminator.com
Mon Nov 12 23:38:05 UTC 2007
> On Thu, 2007-11-08 at 18:45 -0800, NoOp wrote:
>> On 11/08/2007 06:08 PM, NoOp wrote:
>>> On 11/08/2007 05:34 PM, damian wrote:
>>>> Any other ideas?
> I remember a problem I had before a little bit like this. 5 mn until the
> login screen and after, some commands lasted a long time.
> I installed xfce-desktop (I was on Gnome Ubuntu), the problem
> disappeared. And I found that the cause was my sound-card on Gnome only.
> The system was trying to "wake up" or initialize my sound card without
> success. It was on Ubuntu 6.06. I had some warning on the message log .
> I unchecked everything about sound (System/Preference/Sound/ -> Sound)
> and the problem was gone. One bug was opened already if I remember good.
> So you can try to install xfce-desktop, on the top of Ubuntu or Kunbuntu
> and choose xfce desktop and default session...then reboot.
> We never know...
I think I found the problem,
System/Login window/General/Default session had changed to Mythbuntu
session. Changing that back to Gnome got things loading up in a few
seconds rather than a few minutes.
Loging out for a different user to log in still takes a few seconds
longer than I'd like. Is there any way to speed that up?
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