[Xfce4-commits] <xfce4-session:master> Reuse existing ConsoleKit sessions (bug #6685).
sofar at foo-projects.org
Thu Sep 9 06:34:00 CEST 2010
On 09/08/2010 04:43 AM, Yves-Alexis Perez wrote:
> On 08/09/2010 12:54, Enrico Tröger wrote:
>> Now, with the change above, I can't do any of these things.
>> xfce4-session-logout only offers Logout, reboot and halt are disabled.
>> Also mounting my USB stick doesn't work with this change.
>> Has anyone else similar problems or is just me?
>> Btw, all this happens on Debian Testing.
> I assume consolekit is installed? Is it correctly started? What does
> 'ck-list-session' return? How *exactly* do you start xfce?
> There's a README.Debian in xfce4-session which helps for that, but it
> applies more to Xfce 4.6 so I'm not sure it'd work for 4.7.
> The “correct” way to do it, using console is:
> * install consolekit
> * don't use a .xinitrc
> * don't call startxfce4
> * put “exec startxfce4" in .xsessionrc
> * call startx (*only*, no arg, nothing)
> This way, scripts in /etc/X11/Xsession.d will be executed, and
> especially 90consolekit, which will start it for you.
well <sarcasm> I seriously doubt anyone should be using xinitrc.d method
for starting X anymore ;) - that's soooo 80's.
alternatively, get something like uxlaunch running, it's meant for
single-user no-login type systems like netbooks, home desktops etc. and
supports consolekit (needs a tiny patch to consolekit on most distro's)
and dbus, etc.
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