Debian Configuration :: Lightdm Auto-login Error

Dec 18, 2015

I'm working on embedded debian. I do configuration to lightdm for autologin. My device start with autologin but sometimes I see login screen. ı will try it more than 20 times. 17 times its do autologin 3 times not do autologin and show login screen.

Autologin error log.URL...
Autologin log.URL...
Lightdm.conf. URL....

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Code: Select all./myprogram doesn't work.

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Code: Select all#
# background = Background file to use, either an image path or a color (e.g. #772953)
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[code]....

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Code: Select all# service lightdm stop
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Code: Select all[  240.100071] INFO: task kworker/0:2:39 blocked for more than 120 seconds.
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[  240.119494] kworker/0:2     D ffff880155155a48     0    39      2 0x00000000

[code].....

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Code: Select allGtk-CRITICAL: gtk_container_foreach: assertion 'GTK_IS_CONTAINER (container)' failed

when I then try to shutdown via
Code: Select all# shutdown -h now

the OS gets stuck on a message of the form
Code: Select allirq 17: nobody cared

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Code: Select all[+0.00s] DEBUG: Logging to /var/log/lightdm/lightdm.log
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[Code] ....

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