On 2019-11-28 19:27, Patrick Dupre wrote:
To reproduce the bug (fedora 30)
1) Create a sshfs on a remote machine from your home directory (sshfs
2) Lock the screen (I use gnome)
3) Unplug the internet cable of your machine for example (the connection stalls
pretty often with a ADSL connection)
4) Wait a minute and replug the cable
5) Try to log back in your gnome session.
After I enter the password, the time wheel froze and nothing happen anymore
You can log on the machine through a stty, and kill the gnome-session to have a new
After that it may happen that you cannot make the same sshfs again without restarting the
I do not have an F30 system available. So, I tried, and was unable to reproduce this on
F31. I have the
An F31 system with GNOME running in a VM.
I mounted via sshfs the home directory on a system located in the USA. I then locked the
I disconnected the link in the VM's GUI. After more than a minute I reconnected the
I then entered my pw to unlock the screen and it unlocked immediately. Additionally, the
mount was still functional.
I was also able to unlock the screen with the NIC disconnected. Of course something like
hung until (I didn't leave it hung long) the NIC is reconnected.
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