On Sat, 13 Oct 2018 18:29:17 +0200 Yves-Alexis Perez <email@example.com>
> On Sat, 2018-10-13 at 16:35 +0200, Dr. Julius wrote:
> > OK, I will investigate a little more and submit a bug report to
> > gnomre-keyring.
> Look carefully, because it's unlikely to be a bug in gnome-keyring:
> there's quite a chance it /does/ need good entropy and so should block
> until it's available.
I can confirm gnome-keyring is not the culprit. I don't have
gnome-keyring packages installed and still I have that behavior
on 2 machines using lightdm/xfce : one with autologin to xfce
and one without autologin.
However I have another machine using lightdm/xfce that does not
have this behavior : the autologin is set to kodi. Moreover I
also have 2 other machines with sddm/kde that do not display that
To me it may be a combination lightdm/xfce that trigs the problem.
All I need to do is to add entropy by moving the mouse several
seconds on the machine with autologin. On the other one, as I don't
have a keyboard/mouse attached, I try to log into it through SSH and
then log a user... But the SSH service is not listening until a LOT
of seconds pass or until I plug a mouse in and move it several
That last behavior does not appear on the other machines since I
can do the same thing with them without beeing blocked.