Warning: Currently SLiM is not fully compatible with Systemd, resulting in various problems on a second login. See Display manager#Incompatibility with systemd for an outline of these problems.I had really experienced such kind of issues after switching from OpenRC to Systemd! Text artifacts in GTK-based applications, SSH keyring issues, system stall on reboot or shutdown is not full list of bugs I got with Slim running under Systemd. All of a sudden I see the Arch docs. Replacing Slim with LightDM fixed all of these issues at a time!
31 March 2014
I just want to drop in a warning from Arch linux documentation:
Posted by Ruslan Osmanov at 6:16 PM
22 March 2014
kdesudocommands are okay, if we whether work in GNOME or KDE environments, or are satisfied with the number of required dependencies. However, these pacakges are pretty cumbersome, if we want just a lightweight GUI version of
sudo, especially on non-GTK/non-KDE environments like Xfce. In this post I'll show a simple GUI front-end I use on my Xfce setup. Steps:
- Install x11-ssh-askpass or similar.
~/bin/xsudoexecutable with the following contents:
#!/bin/bash - sudo -A $@
- Set the
$SUDO_ASKPASSenvironment variable in some initialization script (e.g.
~/.xinitrc, ~/.bash_profile, ~/.bashrcetc.):
export SUDO_ASKPASS="/usr/bin/x11-ssh-askpass"Alternatively, put the following into
Path askpass /usr/bin/x11-ssh-askpass(Make sure to adjust the path.)
xsudocommand just as if it were