I forgot to say that this is on openSUSE 42.3
On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 11:47 AM Roger Oberholtzer
We are mounting some remote Windows 10 shares in a user's $HOME
directory, using the automount capabilities in /etc/fstab. For
//ladybug/LADYD /home/rst/LADYBUG/D cifs
This is working fine.
In these systems, the Windows computers are shut down via an rdesktop
connection. This is also working fine.
The problem is that when the Windows computers are shut down, the KDE
desktop freezes for a minute or so. The mouse moves. But nothing else
Our theory is that when the Windows computers shut down, the shares
are no longer available. It takes a while for the Linux system to
realize that this has happened. And KDE is checking these directories
because they are in $HOME. And while it is doing this, all other KDE
I don't think it is a SAMBA issue. More a general remote file system
issue and KDE.
Anyone recognize this behavior?
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