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    What's this "systemd --user" doing? It seems to be new for 13.1

    I don't know what it is doing. But, I do notice that it continues to run after I logout. And that is probably why my ecryptfs Private directory is not being automatically umounted. I'm guessing that it causes a similar problem for loop mounted encrypted home directories.

    I consider this a bad idea. If you want an encrypted home directory or encrypted directory to be made visible when you login, then it should lose that visibility on logout.

    Perhaps this is a bug that needs to be reported. I'll appreciate any feedback from others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nrickert View Post
    Perhaps this is a bug that needs to be reported. I'll appreciate any feedback from others.
    This has already been reported:
    https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=849870

    And apparently this is by design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    This has already been reported
    Thanks. I'll add a comment to that bug report.
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    Probably the same systemd user that is running when I see these intermittently slow shutdowns occurring just after the green weed fades, and one is left staring at a blackish blank screen.

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