On Sat, 17 Sep 2016 11:34:54 -0500
Rex Dieter wrote:
> In this particular case, it's the user session that has processes still
> running, and not quiting after logout.
There were no "user daemons" till systemd invented them.
Every login creates at least a "systemd --user" process
which never goes away. If systemd is going to invent
user daemons, it should also invent a way to make them exit,
but so far the only way that works for me is to force kill
off all the "systemd --user" process trees on the system
before trying to reboot.
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