anbox-session-manager.service make my shutdown too long. I want to remove it.
So in the past, I tried to install Anbox following the arch wiki but failed to install the necessary binder modules. Eventually I gave up because after days of following instruction here and there I still can’t have binder module installed, I felt dumb and decided to gave up. since then, my shutdown take really long time even though it boot up in 5 sec, I wasn’t sure what went wrong at first though I have my suspicion the anbox is the cause. I take a look at journalctl and below is the summary and it does confirm my suspicion
Des 04 21:13:10 gaura-x441na systemd: Stopped Anbox Session Manager.
Des 04 21:13:10 gaura-x441na systemd: anbox-session-manager.service: Failed with result ‘timeout’.
Des 04 21:13:10 gaura-x441na systemd: anbox-session-manager.service: Main process exited, code=killed, status=9/KILL
Des 04 21:13:10 gaura-x441na systemd: anbox-session-manager.service: Killing process 827 (anbox) with signal SIGKILL.
Des 04 21:13:10 gaura-x441na systemd: anbox-session-manager.service: State ‘stop-sigterm’ timed out. Killing.
Des 04 21:12:32 gaura-x441na wpa_supplicant: wlp2s0: CTRL-EVENT-SIGNAL-CHANGE above=1 signal=-37 noise=-91 txrate=7200
I have removed anbox package but somehow anbox-session-manager.service still causing my shutdown to be long. I checked systemctl with
systemctl | grep -i anbox and it return nothing. how do I remove this anbox-session-manager.service ?