When I'm turning my Debian Stretch (9) off, chances are that I see something like:
So a have a few questions:
1) It seems like a bug that's not been solved yet (it's been around for a few years). By "bug" I mean Linux should turn off faster than Windows; if it doesn't, there's a bug.
2) Since this bug seems hard to isolate and solve, maybe a "Esc to cancel" would solve a big part of the problem.
3) I have programming experience, but not with Linux Kernel and such. Am I advised to try to include "Esc to cancel" myself? If so, which file should I change? May I compile only this file, or something more?
# GDM configuration storage # # See /usr/share/gdm/gdm.schemas for a list of available options. [daemon] # Uncoment the line below to force the login screen to use Xorg #WaylandEnable=false # Enabling automatic login # AutomaticLoginEnable = true # AutomaticLogin = user1 # Enabling timed login # TimedLoginEnable = true # TimedLogin = user1 # TimedLoginDelay = 10 [security] [xdmcp] [chooser] [debug] # Uncomment the line below to turn on debugging # More verbose logs # Additionally lets the X server dump core if it crashes #Enable=true