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Re: How do I turn off the Logout application countdown timer?

From: deloptes <deloptes@...>
Date: Fri, 06 Jan 2017 01:03:48 +0100
Leslie Turriff wrote:

> On 2017-01-04 15:10:04 Slávek Banko wrote:
>> On Wednesday 04 of January 2017 21:50:00 Dave Lers wrote:
>> > Dave Lers wrote:
>> > > Leslie Turriff wrote:
>> > >> This countdown timer serves no useful purpose for me, since I'm
>> > >> the only user of my machine.  How can I turn it off so my logout
>> > >> completes more quickly?
>> > >
>> > > I cannot remember/find anything with a timer. The attached image
>> > > settings turns my PC off when I click Log Out. With Confirm Logout
>> > > selected I also have to hit enter (or click an option), but no timer.
>> >
>> > ...None of the TDM Session Manager options invoke a logout countdown
>> > timer. I'm wondering if the OP is using a different display manager,
>> > e.g. KDM which has such a timer.
>>
>> Here is one possibility - if the user instead of the classic Trinity menu
>> uses Kickoff menu, there is a countdown at logout / reboot / shutdown.
> Perhaps that is the case.  I have attached an image of the window in
> question.  This did not appear when I was using OpenSuSE's KDE3 package.
>>
>> To my knowledge, to set delay for logout / reboot / shutdown there are no
>> items in the UI. It is necessary to make an entry in the configuration
>> file kdeglobals, section General, variables confirmLogoutDelay,
>> confirmRebootDelay and confirmShutdownDelay.
>>
>> Cheers

This question was discussed sometime ago. This is not a time out but the
fact that tde/kde3 stores the state of the applications you are running
when you exit the session.
I don't think KDE3 did it differently. The notification window was just not
there AFAIR.
@home I have /home on nfs - it takes longer compared to when /home is on
local drive.

If you are the only user of the notebook and you don't have to change
profiles (like I do), you could use hibernation. You even do not have to
reopen applications or log in.

To the original subject I have the impression that kmix takes too long (like
few seconds), but I never had time to look into what it does on shutdown.

anyway thanks for the screenshot, because there was speculation what you
originally mean.

regards