[Pkg-xfce-devel] Bug#754850: Bug#754850: upower 0.99 drops support for non-systemd
corsac at debian.org
Sun Aug 10 08:45:56 UTC 2014
On dim., 2014-08-10 at 01:36 +0200, Andreas Henriksson wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 10, 2014 at 12:38:55AM +0200, Andreas Henriksson wrote:
> > Hello again!
> > On Sun, Aug 10, 2014 at 12:29:18AM +0200, Andreas Henriksson wrote:
> > > Control: retitle -1 Please support suspend/hibernate on non-systemd systems
> > > Control: severity -1 wishlist
> > [...]
> > As a followup on my previous mail, I'm going to add my suggested
> > solution to the above request -- install/recommend systemd-shim.
> > The systemd-shim package provides a logind D-Bus API implementation
> > usable on non-systemd systems. Problem solved.
> The solution already seems to be implemented.
> $ apt-cache show xfce4-power-manager | grep shim
> Recommends: libpam-systemd, systemd-shim | systemd-sysv
> Why was this bug report reopened? Why was it even filed in the first place?
> The solution seems to have been there all the time.
> Maybe systemd-shim being broken for a while confused you, but that should
> be (and was) reported against systemd-shim.
To be honest, the whole situation is pretty confused, especially since
there are two entangled transitions:
- the ConsoleKit -> libpam-systemd one (solved by systemd-shim for a
while, then broken during the 204 -> 208 upgrade, then solved again)
- the upower-0.99 upgrade, which is not completely fixed right now. This
one should only affect xfce4-power-manager, but it still confuses people
So right now I'm somehow letting the situation settle down a bit, and
will try to revisit the bugs and close them accordingly.
The ideal situation would be to support both init=systemd and
init=sysvrc (with systemd-shim) for Xfce people, and it seems it's
something we could achieve with Xfce 4.12, but I'm unsure it'll be
released on time.
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