Hi, I'm using keepass2 from the Debian unstable repositories.
My system is Siduction 64bit in XFCE.
One week ago I used keepass2 in my "normal" init system. Then there was a update to systemd. Since then the auto-type is extremely slow (15 characters in ~15secs). I followed the website instructions with the shortcut on 'keepass2 --auto-type'.
I already tried several things to fix this bug. Unfortunately I cannot distinguish where the problem's source is: systemd, mono or keepass2. Hopefully you as the developer(s) can help making this more precise.
All of these steps remained unsuccessful. The ONLY way to fix this problem in my case was to reinstall sysvinit-core (and therefore uninstall systemd-sysv). Then everything was fine again.
I already asked the people from Siduction  and Debian-Systemd . All of them weren't able to give me a hint where the root of the problem may be. Could you imagine a service or bug that may cause the slow-down of the auto-type mechanism?
Fixing this bug seems to be quite important in my opinion. Debian will move to systemd end of this/beginning of next year and Debian unstable or Arch Linux are already using it. Maybe someone can reproduce this bug so we can narrow the possible reasons.
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