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    Default saving sound settings blocks shutdown

    Hi, I don't know if this is the right forum. Please advise if not.

    My OS 13.2 KDE system (fully patched) now takes about 10 minutes to shutdown. It keeps complaining there's a job Save/Restore Sound Settings still running.

    Any advice on how to trace this & kill it? Where to start / what information to collect?

    It may be related to the new Dell USB3 hub I have, which has an inbuilt sound driver (which I've not configured & am not using).

    Thanks
    David

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    Default Re: saving sound settings blocks shutdown

    Does it happen if the hub is unplugged?

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    Smile Re: saving sound settings blocks shutdown

    I've replaced the USB3 hub with the old USB2 hub, and unloaded the usb sound module
    Code:
    # /usr/sbin/modprobe -rv snd-usb-audio
    and both hibernate and shutdown work smoothly.

    It's a Dell Docking Station - USB 3.0

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