Bug#749279: gnome-shell: shutdown not working without systemd as init
debian at jesuislibre.net
Sun Jun 15 16:30:23 UTC 2014
With GDM3 3.8.4-9, i still cannot shutdown from gnome shell as a user
without systemd-sysv package.
Le dimanche 25 mai 2014 à 23:37 +0200, Laurent Bigonville a écrit :
> Le Sun, 25 May 2014 23:00:42 +0200,
> Tuxicoman <debian at jesuislibre.net> a écrit :
> > Dear Maintainer,
> > The shutdown function in Gnome shell (click on the menu on the top
> > right corner of the screen then choose the shutdown option) is not
> > working anymore.
> > I switched to systemd by installing systemd-sysv package and this
> > solved the current issue.
> > I think it's a important bug for an everyday use of Debian.
> > Another workaround for now, if you don't want to change the default
> > init, may be to give sudo access to the shutdown command, but that
> > sounds weird no?
> I've been able to reproduce this with gdm3 3.8.4-8.1 installed in a VM.
> I see no logind session registered at all.
> After upgrading to 3.8.4-9 I can shutdown properly. I think this bug
> has the same root cause as #747210.
> Could you please try to reproduce this bug? Otherwise I'll merge it
> with #747210.
> Laurent Bigonville
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