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Re: The wider implications of dbus breakage

Le vendredi 17 juillet 2009 à 11:45 +0200, Adam Borowski a écrit :
> > C-A-Bksp disabled by default is an Xorg upstream decision, has nothing
> > to do with D-Bus or HAL or whatever.
> This is the real breakage here.  It's easy for X to leave you no way out,
> all it takes is a window manager gone apeshit -- or indeed, dbus failing.
> There are so many window managers and similar creatures in Debian, there's
> no chance to make them all bug-free no matter how we try.  It's unacceptable
> to leave the user with no choice but a hard reboot -- or even to force them
> to ssh in if they have sshd installed.

I think it would be nice to re-enable it, but with a less accessible

 .''`.      Josselin Mouette
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`. `'   “I recommend you to learn English in hope that you in
  `-     future understand things”  -- Jörg Schilling

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