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Re: systemd effectively mandatory now due to GNOME

On 24/10/13 16:29, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
> I haven't tested GNOME on kfreebsd-* for a long time now, but I
> assume that the package works if it has been successfully built,
> doesn't it?

I believe the effect of not having systemd-logind is that the features
for which GNOME uses systemd-logind won't work: most notably
suspend/resume (mostly in gnome-settings-daemon), fast user switching
(mostly in gdm3 and Shell), and the sort of login-session tracking that
is done by ConsoleKit in wheezy. I wouldn't be surprised if the Debian
GNOME maintainers consider those to be basic functionality, at least on


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