Annoyed by lingering processes after you logout of a Plasma or GNOME session?
sed -i 's/^#\(KillUserProcesses=\)no$/\11/' /etc/systemd/logind.conf
/etc/systemd/logind.conf and then change
KillUserProcesses=1. This is particularly useful on Fedora due to the amount
of updates, and especially if you do lots of test updates. I find myself logging-off
frequently due to the amount of updates, since I want to make sure what’s in memory
is fresh code.
WARNING: On server oriented systems, anything you might leave behind a
tmux type lingering session, this will cause that to be terminated upon
logging out of something like an SSH session.