I'm running Gnome 3.22 on a debian stretch, recently installed from scratch, up to date, and since 1 or 2 days ago my custom keyboard shortcuts and some basic actions have had some rather inconvenient delay before actually doing the requested action.
For example, if I try to lower the sound using the
Fn + F2 shortcut (keyboard native), nothing happens. Later, at random (by that I mean that I'm not doing anything special, and the delay is not constant but
3min), the action is performed, and all other "queued" action triggered by shortcuts/other commands are performed all together.
Following this behavior are the following actions:
- Keyboard action: Sound up/down, Brightness control, Media play/previous/next
- Custom keyboard shortcut (e.g. I defined
Super+Enterto open a new terminal
- Close session, Shutdown, Reboot from gnome top-right corner menu.
- Sleep mode hard button on the side of the keyboard
I looked for that kind of problem on the internet, and it is often linked to the
gnome-keyring-daemon. (here, there for example). However, the gnome keyring daemon is automatically launched at login, and disabling it did no good.
I don't recall doing anything related to gnome keyring nor session initialisation, and I don't see what caused this behaviour.
Has anyone experienced this issue recently? Solved it? Any idea?
yco@xps$ uname -a Linux xps 4.8.0-2-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.8.11-1 (2016-12-02) x86_64 GNU/Linux yco@xps$ cat /etc/debian_version stretch/sid yco@xps$ gnome-shell --version GNOME Shell 3.22.2 yco@xps$ gnome-keyring-daemon --version gnome-keyring-daemon: 3.20.0 testing: enabled