|Conor Schaefer on 21 Jul 2010 10:37:13 -0700|
On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 9:53 AM, Randall A Sindlinger <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Assuming he has these shares declared in /etc/fstab, the automount would occur long before login, and the timeout on that shouldn't be brutal at all.
I don't know if other remote file systems like CIFS, sshfs, or others might have similar
I've used both CIFS and NFS extensively and both were automounted from fstab before login, and never contributed to any brutal logins when the networked share was not present on the network for some reason.
Have you tried a simple "sudo aptitude purge kdm kubuntu-desktop kde4"? Then reinstall all that stuff and it might be treating you better. Sorry for the nuke approach, but that's what I'd try.
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