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Re: Logout buttons no longer work


what loginmanager you use? The loginmanager is the one that allows/disallows 
users to logout. I use still kdm and that one has an tab at (systemsessions-
>login manager ->shutdown) and there I can select you is allowed to shutdown. 

Otherwise I would suggest to look at policykit if that logs any errors.



Am Dienstag, 3. Februar 2015, 17:44:06 schrieb Brad Alexander:
> On Tue, Feb 3, 2015 at 5:21 PM, Shai Berger <shai@platonix.com> wrote:
> > I may have had to manually install systemd-sysv or remove systemd-shim or
> > something. It was more than 6 months ago, memory fails me.
> That may have been it. I was trying my best to give systemd a fair shake,
> so I was listening to interviews, and decided to give it a full shot. When
> it was first introduced into Debian, I installed systemd-shim, not knowing
> that it was about to suffer from horrible mission creep. A couple of months
> ago, I replaced it on my laptop with systemd-sysv to try and give fairly
> evaluate it.
> Unfortunately, I'm still underwhelmed. Underwhelmed enough that I have
> considered trying out pc-bsd...
> But thanks for that. I may try to reinstall systemd-shim and see if I can
> break it worse. :)
> > Sleep and hibernate from KDE still don't work. "sudo pm-hibernate" works
> > (but
> > when the system wakes up, the screen is not locked).
> Sleep has always worked for me, but that may be because, since this is my
> work laptop, I have it autolock  after the screensaver kicks in anyway.
> --b

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