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[Pkg-xfce-devel] Bug#741698: Bug#741698:

On Thu, 27 Mar 2014 22:31:06 +0000, Chris Bainbridge wrote:
> On 27 March 2014 21:16, Yves-Alexis Perez <corsac at debian.org> wrote:
> > Installing systemd-sysv makes systemd your init system. That's not
> > something we're ready to do.
> The other bug does mention some kind of shim that implements the dbus
> service that could be used. I'm not sure how much testing or
> development it will get now that systemd is default though.
> > lightdm (and Xfce, for what matters) still works fine with sysvrc and
> > consolekit.
> Ok, but in that case suspend does not happen if the user switches to a
> virtual terminal and closes the lid. The org.freedesktop.systemd1
> error gets printed to the virtual terminal. Suspend does happen from
> within XFCE even though the org.freedesktop.systemd1 error is shown.
> It is not a big problem - switching to a virtual terminal and then
> closing the laptop is probably a rare sequence of actions.

Sorry if this gets totally hosed by not getting to the proper thread.

If this helps any, I have sysv-rc installed, which seems to bring
systemd et.al., to the party.  I noticed this starting to happen within
the last week, though, I can't remember exactly when.  When I try to
switch from sysv-rc to openrc, the only conflict is that resolvconf does
not accept openrc as an alternative for sysv-rc.  The version of
resolvconf I have installed is 1.74 on a jessie system.

I can't see why I have resolvconf installed to be honest.  May be a
hold-over from previous installations as I use puppet to manage my
systems.  Going to try to removing resolvconf, switching to openrc from
sysv-rc, then see what happens.  Will report back after a bit of
testing.  I know doesn't affect root cause, but may provide a
work-around for systemd getting installed!

On a related note--maybe--in th past I relied on hal to provide group
powerdev, of which I was a member.  Not sure exactly when hal was
obsoleted.  May or not be an related though.  I have purged hal as it
was obsolete.  However, once I performed the above removal of sysv-rc,
additional hal related packages removed as well--not sure if due to
sysv-rc being removed or just aptitude catching up with the removal of
the hal package from a previous run, though!

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