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Old 10th January 2017, 09:41 AM
giacecco Offline
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Very Slow Login

I thought that the WaylandEnable=false trick was working, too, for a while, but I have the same issue again, and with Fedora 24. Anyone has discovered anything in the meantime?

By the way, I can observe the delay only when I have no connectivity, either wifi or ethernet.
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Old 10th January 2017, 11:13 AM
antikythera Offline
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Re: Very Slow Login

Split to new thread. Please don't attach issues with Fedora 24 onwards to threads relating to Fedora 23 which is end of life now. It is better to start a new thread. Also, since it is relating to an existing installation of Fedora I have created the new thread for you under 'Using Fedora' rather than Installation media.

for context this is the old thread the above post refers to
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