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Re: shutdown from gnome logout dialog

On Wed, Sep 17, 2003 at 04:42:17PM +0900, Miles Bader wrote:
> Sebastian Kapfer <sebastian_kapfer@gmx.net> writes:
> > > Because you can tell it to shutdown, and then forget about the box,
> > > instead of having to log out of gnome, wait a few minutes
> > 
> > A few minutes?! I hope you're exaggerating here.
> It can take a long time, anyway, usually lots of stuff has to get paged
> in, etc.  It's usually about 30-40 seconds on my machine, long enough
> that many times I _have_ gone away and done something else -- and even
> worse, I use the `autologin after 30s' function of gdm, so often I find
> it's logged me back in by the time I get back... :-)

Well, i have something similar, but i discovered that the new gdm is
doing more clever stuff.

I have it to autologin immediately the first time, but not the second
or later times, so i don't face this problem. Still it is annoying.


Sven Luther

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