Bug ID: 13727
Summary: start up is extreme long / session is saved without
Classification: Xfce Core
Assignee: [hidden email] Reporter: [hidden email] QA Contact: [hidden email] CC: [hidden email], [hidden email] Target Milestone: Xfce 4.12
Using "4.12.1-5" on Debian GNU/Linux unstable ("Linux TONNE
4.11.9-towo.1-siduction-amd64 #1 SMP PREEMPT siduction 4.11-15 (2017-07-05)
I can see that in ~/.cache/sessions files are stored but in the xfce4 settings
I deactivated the checkbox for "saving session informations". It looks like
that this option is ignored!?
The side effect is that the startup of xfce4 is extreme long. On a quite new
machine: The pre-X-boot takes <10sec, but the X-boot takes >30sec.
A known workaround is to clear ~/.cache/sessions and change the access rights
to "root:root 700". This works. xfce4 comes up in <4 sec. ;) You see there is
definitly a difference.