Re: How to start dead plasmashell on a set tty

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在 2021年5月25日星期二 CST 下午3:15:15,Robin Laing 写道:
> Hello,
> Fedora 33 still and have an issue.
> My plasmashell crashed.  It isn't running and I have my open apps and a 
> black background.  Right click does nothing and there is no menu bar.
> Is there a way to restart the plasmashell from a tty and attach it to 
> the running tty or is there a clean way to close off the account from a 
> different terminal?
> I cannot just shut the computer down as there are some very long 
> processes running in a different account.
> Just before the crash, plasmashell was running at 100% on a core.
> Robin

How to kill  a graphical session and re-login:

1. switch to another tty, and login the same account

2. execute `loginctl list-sessions`, and you'll get something like this:

      4 1000 fedora seat0 tty3
      6 1000 fedora seat0 

2 sessions listed.
session 4 is the current tty and session 6 is the graphical session

3. kill graphical session

`loginctl terminal-session 6`

You'll back to SDDM's login screen. Wait for a minute and login. 

Liu Sen

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