Re: "not authorised" doing various desktoppy things [and 1 more messages]
Adam Borowski writes ("Re: "not authorised" doing various desktoppy things [and 1 more messages]"):
> In my experience, systemd-shim never worked in the first place, so this is
> no regression. I see results that Ian observes since the day policykit and
> friends were recompiled against logind rather than consolekit. It's
> somewhat puzzling that it's reported to have worked for _some_ people in the
It worked for me earlier in the year. I don't know what set of
versions that was, but I installed one of the stretch alphas and it
worked until quite recently. And the submitters of #844785 seem to
see something similar.
> Neither systemd-shim nor consolekit are solutions that are viable in the
> long term, the sooner we get rid of both, the better. I don't know what's
> a good alternative, though. Loginkit is vapourware. Elogind maybe?
Surely this is something to think about for buster. (Having said
that, I haven't heard of most of these things and I generally don't
have a clue what I'm doing in this area.)
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