This has been fixed in Ubuntu 16.10. I'm guessing by systemd/dbus
changes but I'm not sure. Tested with gedit and virt-manager.
** Changed in: dbus (Ubuntu)
Status: Triaged => Fix Released
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ssh -X user@machine hangs when using exit to terminate
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ssh -X user@server hangs when using exit to terminate
Steps to reproduce:
user@client:~$ ssh -X user@server
At this point gedit from server will run locally. Closing the program
and returning to the terminal you run:
At this point the terminal hangs on the echo logout, but does not return to
the client prompt. The action has been consistent when connecting to a server
running opensolaris or ubuntu 8.04.
The client is using Ubuntu 10.04 and the server is using 8.04, and using
default password authentication. As you will see in the video attached I can
confirm the issue when using a clean Ubuntu 10.04 as a client and Ubuntu 8.04
as the server, using default password authentication.
-When logging out with "exit" and it hangs, press Ctrl-C
-If you would like to simply use gedit on another computer use the following
$ dbus-launch gedit
Date: Thu Jun 10 17:34:26 2010
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