** Changed in: canonical-devices-system-image
Assignee: Will Cooke (willcooke) => (unassigned)
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Installing unity8-session-snap adversely effects unity7
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[ Description ]
In Xenial, when dbus-user-session is installed, dbus' upstart job
still starts a new bus. Things get confused about which bus to talk
[ Fix ]
Already fixed in Yakkety. Cherry-pick the upstart job. On top of
Yakkety's version, call `dbus-update-activation-environment --verbose
--systemd GTK_MODULES', because Xenial does not have the change in
upstart to automatically publish to the systemd activation
/etc/X11/Xsession.d/95dbus_update-activation-env is called too early -
before unity-gtk-module.conf is started - so dbus activated services
miss the GTK_MODULES environment variable. Update unity-gtk-
module.conf to set it in the dbus activation environment.
[ QA ]
Install dbus-user-session, press print screen. It should be delayed if
you are experiencing this bug, and not delayed otherwise.
Remove dbus-user-session, make sure the session still works properly -
the global menu works, everything launches properly, etc.
Test that gnome-terminal has global menus in both situations.
[ Regression potential ]
This change alters the way that the session bus is launched, even if
you aren't using dbus-user-session. Even though this same change is
deployed in ≥ yakkety, be aware of this. In yakkety we have installed
dbus-user-session by default, so the case where you don't have it
isn't as well tested. I would suggest focusing some testing on the non
[ Original report ]
After installing the deb (and then the snap), certain things in the
unity7 session take a very long time (30 to 60 secs), such as
launching chromium and ctrl-alt-t for a new terminal session.
Removing both the deb and the snap followed by a reboot does not fix
Xenial amd64 laptop
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