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Month: May 2017

Re: [trinity-devel] Stretch: systemd default target multi-user is ignored

From: Slávek Banko <slavek.banko@...>
Date: Mon, 15 May 2017 03:14:20 +0200
On Wednesday 10 of May 2017 02:24:20 Felix Miata wrote:
> Slávek Banko composed on 2017-05-10 01:28 (UTC+0100):
> > I think there may be one more problem - a service for systemd is
> > called 'tdm', while 'classical' init script is called 'tdm-trinity'.
> > I think in your case tdm can be run by a classical init script. This
> > would correspond to the fact that tdm service is 'inactive'.
> >
> > Maybe it's time to rename 'classical' init script to 'tdm' instead of
> > the current 'tdm-trinity'. Thanks to the earlier renaming of 'kdm' =>
> > 'tdm', there is no longer any conflict if the init script is to be
> > briefly named 'tdm'. It is only necessary to test whether this will
> > help :)
> I renamed /etc/init.d/tdm-trinity /etc/init.d/tdm, then rebooted
> several times. This has resulted in expected behavior whether or not 3
> or 5 or neither is included on kernel cmdline, and whether
> or is set to systemd default. Now
> startx can open a TDE session on :0 instead of :1 in Stretch just like
> in Fedora and openSUSE! :-D

Thanks for performing the test - renaming was done in tde-packaging git in 
commit 70d1e404 (master) and 5fc04fc9 (r14.0.x). Updated packages are 
already available in Preliminary Stable Builds repository.