Bug#906231: systemd: restarting systemd-logind causes power-button event to immediately shutdown cinnamon without asking
biebl at debian.org
Thu Aug 16 00:12:28 BST 2018
Am 16.08.2018 um 01:05 schrieb Michael Biebl:
> Am 15.08.2018 um 23:32 schrieb Christoph Anton Mitterer:
>> I'm afraid, I have no idea why mine doesn't restart ^^
> In any case, this looks like a cinnamon issue.
> My guess is, that the cinnamon component responsible for power
> management not deal with the fact that logind goes away and does not
> re-connect when it shows up again.
> It's the responsibility of the DE to establish an inhibitor lock if it
> wants to delay/block suspend/hibernate events.
Fwiw, you can check that by calling systemd-inhibit
This should show you which process holds a blocking inhibitor for the
key events. Under GNOME you'll have
Who: michael (UID 1000/michael, PID 5201/gsd-media-keys)
Why: GNOME handling keypresses
Who: GNOME Shell (UID 1000/michael, PID 5036/gnome-shell)
Why: GNOME muss den Bildschirm sperren
Restart logind, then check logind again.
If the process is no longer listed, file a bug report against the binary
which was running that process.
Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the
universe are pointed away from Earth?
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