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Question Beginner A stop job is running

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Hello. I have recently installed pop os 20.04. All the things that are installed atm are steam,wine,lutris and gwe. Each time I attempt to shutdown or restart it is stuck on "A stop job has started for D..." (thats where the line gets cut and I cant see the rest of it) and I need to wait 90 seconds . I know that I can change the timeout to something shorter but I prefer to know what process is causing it but I cant seem to figure out what it is because the line gets cut.

GPU: 1070Ti with driver 440.82

cpu: amd r5 2600

Thanks.
 

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You can see the last session log by using journalctl -b -1. If you need to get to the end fast, just use tail. So journalctl -b -1 | tail -100 will give you the last 100 lines of the last session log. Otherwise you might have to sort through thousands of lines.
 

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You can see the last session log by using journalctl -b -1. If you need to get to the end fast, just use tail. So journalctl -b -1 | tail -100 will give you the last 100 lines of the last session log. Otherwise you might have to sort through thousands of lines.
Thank you.
I have managed to finally find (I think) what is causing it but I couldn't find anywhere on google what the hell that process is . The name of the process is ippusbxd .

Here is the screenshot of that part in the log:

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You can look up the package on Ubuntu's repo.

Code:
❯❯ apt policy ippusbxd
ippusbxd:
  Installed: 1.34-2ubuntu1
  Candidate: 1.34-2ubuntu1
  Version table:
 *** 1.34-2ubuntu1 500
        500 http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu focal/main amd64 Packages
        100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
 

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