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Re: let's split the systemd binary package

* Simon McVittie:

> On 26/10/13 21:23, Florian Weimer wrote:
>>> "Session tracking" includes suspending/hibernating, because logind has
>>> a mechanism to let apps delay suspend, which is necessary for things
>>> like closing the inherent race condition in "lock the screensaver when
>>> we suspend... oh, oops, it didn't get scheduled until after we
>>> resumed, so the old screen contents are still visible for a moment
>>> when you open your laptop".
>> Has this finally been fixed?  Locking and suspend is not synchronized
>> in GNOME 3.8.
> My understanding is that this was finally fixed in the GNOME 3.8 cycle:
> if you have GNOME Shell 3.8 and logind, and something suspends *via
> logind* (including hotkeys, lid-close events and Shell itself), suspend
> will be delayed until either the Shell has locked the screen, or some
> reasonably long timeout has elapsed. I could be wrong there, though.

Interesting, thanks.  It's definitely not completely fixed in GNOME
3.8 with systemd 204:


I didn't know it's supposed to work.  Two monitors appear to be
required for reproducing the issue, the same system doesn't show this
behavior if the external monitor is unplugged.

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