On 03/06/2014 10:29 PM, David C. Rankin wrote: > On 03/06/2014 09:57 PM, David C. Rankin wrote: >> Slavek, >> >> We need to check your and Francios setup. I think your are still using the >> init-script to launch tdm which invokes systemd-sysvcompat (/usr/bin/init) >> instead of pure-systemd. My goal is to have TDE function with pure-systemd. > > Or at least in Francios case it is. With arch, you have tdm.service to user > pure-systemd to manager tdm. The tdm.service file for Arch is: > > $ cat ~/tde/pbpkg/tde-tdebase/tdm.service > [Unit] > Description=TDE Display Manager > After=systemd-user-sessions.service > > [Service] > ExecStart=/opt/trinity/bin/tdm > > [Install] > Alias=display-manager.service > > This is pure-systed. There is no wrapper script that ultimately launches some > wrapper with "exec something". > > In Francios setup on Mageia, that is exactly what happens. The Mageia service > file is: > > cat prefdm.service > [Unit] > Description=Display Manager > After=livesys-late.service systemd-user-sessions.service > > # On Mageia gdm/X11 is on tty1. We explicitly cancel the getty here to > # avoid any races around that. > # Do not stop plymouth, it is done in prefdm if required (or left to the dm) > Conflicts=getty@... plymouth-quit.service > After=getty@... plymouth-quit.service > OnFailure=display-manager-failure.service > > [Service] > ExecStart=/etc/X11/prefdm -nodaemon > Restart=always > RestartSec=0 > IgnoreSIGPIPE=no > > That service file does not launch a display manager, it calls the wrapper > script prefdm which essentially calls /etc/X11/lookupdm to get the name of the > display manager via (45TDE and 45TDE.conf) and then does: > > preferred=`/etc/X11/lookupdm "$dm"` > [ -n "$preferred" ] && exec $preferred "$@" >/dev/null 2>&1 </dev/null > > That isn't systemd -- that is systemd-sysvcompat. That setup just relies on > getting "EXEC=/opt/trinity/bin/tdm" from 45TDE.conf and then launching it as an > init script. > > We need TDE to work with systemd. > Attempting to launch tdm with an inti script in arch does not fix the user session problem. After launching with the old init, I still get: cat XDG_SESSION_ID-init.txt NAutoVTs=6 KillExcludeUsers=root KillUserProcesses=no IdleHint=no IdleSinceHint=1394169840146533 IdleSinceHintMonotonic=610563642 BlockInhibited=handle-power-key:handle-suspend-key:handle-hibernate-key:handle-lid-switch InhibitDelayMaxUSec=5s HandlePowerKey=poweroff HandleSuspendKey=suspend HandleHibernateKey=hibernate HandleLidSwitch=suspend IdleAction=ignore IdleActionUSec=30min PreparingForShutdown=no PreparingForSleep=no ( I do get more shutdown/hibernate/suspend options though ) -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.