Am Sonntag, 3. Mai 2020, 21:22:14 CEST schrieb Matthias Bach:
Am Mittwoch, 29. April 2020, 13:25:56 CEST schrieb Jan
Some of the participants in the thread mentioned
above had similar
problems. However, since these problems are intermittant for some, it was
hard to prove that a proposed solution actually worked. One person solved
the problem by turning off "MAC address randomization", another one by
cleaning up the KWallet.
Thanks for these pointers. They were actually pretty insightful. And a shame
I didn't come up with the idea of searching the Germany mailing list
Don't be too hard on yourself, it's a high-volume list.
It seems the problem is completely unrelated to
KWallet as it for me happens
even for freshly created users.
Okay, that would have been the nasty race condition problem. :)
Turning off "MAC address randomization" was
an excellent hint. It seems
following the instructions at
4 solved the problem for me.
Cool! It was a shame last year that I totally forgot that my old hardware had
exactly that problem. However, that's why I remembered it this time.
Obviously, I'll only be sure after some
extended usage but rebooting so far was a pretty 100% trigger for the issue
and now I was able to do multiple without triggering the issue. Obviously
this comes at some privacy cost, but as all usage of the affected laptop is
either at home or in a public function this luckily is not too significant
in this case.
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