Bug#732209: (gnome-control-center:11187): dconf-CRITICAL **: unable to create file '/run/user/1000/dconf/user': Permission denied.
mrsweet06 at hotmail.com
Tue May 9 03:12:35 BST 2017
I have encountered this only one time(as of now), on ParrotSec OS (I
know it's debian, I believe it is stretch) after installing firejail and
running thunderbird firejail'd (pluma was also open at the time, as was
the Mate panel editor and a couple folders). The computer slowing down
was caused by process kswapd0, and the process hogging all the RAM was
mate-settings-d. Also, the computer didn't become wholly unresponsive,
but it was close. For instance, the mouse arrow moved very, very slowly,
and no clicks or other commands would register until kswapd0 got done. I
closed out all firejail'd applications and killed the mate-settings-d
process in the terminal and the computer runs fine, no other steps
needed (although it did take a minute for the kill command to take
effect. Once it did, though, the computer was immediately back to
normal). Thing is, re-running thunderbird, firejail'd or not, now has no
effect. No warnings, no slowdown, no nothing. Doesn't seem to matter
what else is open.
I know that isn't a lot of technical information, but it is contextual.
I'm told every little bit helps.
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