[arch-general] Systemd and startx
registo.mailling at gmail.com
Sun Sep 23 13:50:27 EDT 2012
On 23-09-2012 18:38, Arno Gaboury wrote:
> On 23/09/12||18:16, Mauro Santos wrote:
>> So far I am only testing how systemd behaves in my system and what
>> changes I need to do before I permanently make the switch.
>> So far the first problem, which doesn't seem to be covered in the wiki,
>> forum or google searches, is that if I switch to a tty after starting X
>> I get just a blank screen. I also get a blank screen and no prompt after
>> I logout from the DE.
>> The conditions that seem to trigger the problem are:
>> I don't use any login managers so I use startx to start my DE of choice
>> I have increased the number of available ttys as described here  and
>> after booting everything seems to be working fine, since I have the
>> expected number of ttys and I can login at each one of them.
>> Getting local permissions was also taken care of by following , for
>> testing purposes I use 'startx -- vt1 &> xlog.log' and I've confirmed
>> that it works as expected.
>> The problem:
>> After starting X, if I switch to any of the ttys with ctrl-alt-f* I get
>> only a blank screen, this includes the ttys that have not been used to
>> start X.
>> After logging out of the DE I get a blank screen at all ttys, including
>> the one used to start X. The machine is otherwise still responsive.
>> Any clues, tips or pointers on how to get this to work are welcome.
>>  https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Start_X_at_Login
>> Mauro Santos
> I $startx then XFCE, and works fine with systemd. Please have a look
Thanks. I have seen that too and things seem to be working now.
It works fine on my physical machine but for some reason it doesn't with
qemu-kvm, which was where I was testing it first, in a setup similar to
what I have on my physical machine (lvm on luks).
I didn't want something exploding on my face so I was using a test
Sorry for the noise, now I go back to playing with systemd a little more
and try not to break anything ... too much.
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