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    SubjectRe: SIGALRM ignored
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    Dick <dm@chello.nl> writes:

    > Philippe Troin <phil <at> fifi.org> writes:
    > > Look at the display manager. I know that wdm used to not clean up its
    > > signals before starting a user session.
    >
    > I've found the error, the signal was blocked in sshd and I was restarting sshd
    > from a ssh session, I also disabled some pam modules (which I suspect the block
    > came from). Restarting sshd from a console did the trick.

    Daemons like ssh should clean-up their signal masks on start-up.
    Maybe you should file a bug against ssh?

    > I don't know how to thank you ;-)

    Then don't :-)

    Phil.
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