[systemd-devel] Xorg freeze totally with systemd-188

Jeremy Allard elvis4526 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 22 10:47:14 PDT 2012

2012/8/22 Lennart Poettering <lennart at poettering.net>

> On Tue, 21.08.12 20:46, Jeremy Allard (elvis4526 at gmail.com) wrote:
> > Yes, because pam is not avalaible by default with slackware, I disabled
> it
> > with --disable-pam since it said in the ./configure --help that it is
> > optional. I guessed it shouldn't be a problem if I disable it. I did not
> > touch logind, so it should be enable afaik. It's to very hard to install
> > PAM on slackware, so I'll try to install it and build my systemd package
> > with pam support and I'll tell you if it work. For libudev support in
> xorg,
> > there is no --enable-config-udev is not present by default in the build
> > script. The default of this is set to auto, so I guess it is enable
> anyway
> > even if you don't specify it exactly.
> logind requires PAM to work. Maybe Slackware is not a good choice to run
> systemd on if PAM is not available.
> Lennart
> --
> Lennart Poettering - Red Hat, Inc.
PAM is not avalaible by default, but you can still install it from an
"extra" repo and this is what I did.
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