[systemd-devel] Automatic user ACL management

Mikhail Morfikov mmorfikov at gmail.com
Sun May 17 06:49:24 PDT 2015

On Sun, 17 May 2015 15:00:11 +0200
Martin Pitt <martin.pitt at ubuntu.com> wrote:

> Mikhail Morfikov [2015-05-17 12:46 +0200]:
> > As you can read, for instance here
> > ( http://enotty.pipebreaker.pl/2012/05/23/linux-automatic-user-acl-management/
> > ), logind, which is a part of systemd, can set permissions to some
> > devices for user sessions. There's also a vid showing how this kind
> > of behavior works in practice
> > ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcD4Qr5ldbI ). In short, if you
> > start, let's say, amarok, and you play some song, you will hear the
> > sound till you switch to another user or TTY where you have only the
> > login prompt. That's because the active session became inactive.
> If you log into the TTY, the sound will continue, as you will again be
> in a foreground session, right?

Yes, the same behavior as you can observe in the vid on youtube.

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