[xubuntu-users] Shutdown Problem
linux.rog at gmail.com
Sat May 31 19:49:16 UTC 2014
I commonly experience a long wait before a shutdown or reboot (chosen from GUI
menu). If I try to execute a shutdown again, I see the error message,
Session manager must be in idle state when requesting a shutdown.
This occurs even when all programs are not running. I do not have
"Automatically save session on logout" activated in Session Startup settings.
However, after such a shutdown, when rebooting, some applications that were
open before shutdown re-appear AND menus are mangled - running applications do
not appear in the top panel and individual application have missing menu
pull-downs. Some can only be closed with a ctrl-q.
This appears to be a long-standing bug and continues after I just re-installed
Xubuntu 12.04 with all updates.
The menu issue can be repaired by running this command from the CLI:
The problem recurs so frequently that I've put the command into an alias!
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