El miércoles, 27 de julio de 2016 11:18:21 (CEST) Dominique Leuenberger / DimStar escribió:
On Wed, 2016-07-27 at 11:11 +0200, jcsl wrote:
LXDM can work with or without ConsoleKit. Indeed the version in X11:lxde is built without ConsoleKit since April 2015.
The officially released version (4.1) is prehistoric.
Sure - I have to base my findings on the stuff I have in the distro - and lxdm has a bad taste in my mouth as this was updated in the past and reverted because it never worked on first boot... and the maintainer's proposed 'just reboot - it works on 2nd boot' is still not an acceptable situation for a distro...
So as we carry a pre-historic version anyway - I'd say dropping it is the right thing to do
which leaves us with - how do we do it.
I don't use LXDE anymore, but I remember the issue. IIRC, LXDE has had new releases after that and it could work now. Anyway, I only was pointing that ConsoleKit is not needed by LXDM anymore. I don't mind if it is removed or not, and LightDM is a good replacement if it is dropped.