I have recently re-installed an Ubuntu 18.10 system and installed cinnamon with
sudo apt-get install cinnamon
as well as lightdm, and also proceded to purge unity and gdm3. I have a similar issue to
Unable to log in to Cinnamon session 18.04 -
After I type in my password there is a pause, the screen goes black, and then returns to the original log in screen.
However unlike the linked issue,
gnome-user-share is not installed, instead I found that reinstalling snapd after I had previously purged it allowed me to login to Cinnamon. This is an oddity to me since previously I was using an 18.04 system upgraded to 18.10 where snapd was uninstalled in 18.04 and cinnamon functioned just fine.
THese are the contents of
The only error being:
(process:1076): GLib-GIO-ERROR **: 20:42:00.980: No GSettings schemas are installed on the system
These are the contents of my custom lightdm config in
autologin-guest = false
autologin-user = polly
autologin-user-timeout = 0
user-session = Cinnamon
[SeatDefaults] allow-guest = false
Is there any way to recognize the connection between snapd and cinnamon?