On 04/23/2014 02:29 PM, Wayne Blaszczyk wrote:
> On 23/04/14 22:04, Armin K. wrote:
>> On 04/23/2014 01:59 PM, Wayne Blaszczyk wrote:
>>> On 23/04/14 19:56, Christopher Gregory wrote:
>>>> Hello,
>>>> After just on two weeks and many rebuilds later I can say that we ARE
>>>> able to install gnome on top of a base linux from scratch SYSTEMD build.
>>> ....
>>>> The one thing that remains broken is GDM (gnome display manager).  It
>>>> will not start up even though all of the permissions are set up
>>>> correctly, and the developers only seem interested in making sure that
>>>> it works in a red hat environment as red hat have thrown vast sums of
>>>> money their way and all the gnome documentation on line states that it
>>>> works on the latest red hat.
>>> What are the actual error(s) you are getting? I've been running with GDM
>>> 3.12 with no issues, mind you, I have Gnome installed under /usr.
>>> Are you using a common libexecdir? I know in the past that GDM assumed
>>> this directory to be shared with packages such as gnome-settings-daemon,
>>> polkit-gnome, and gnome-session.
>>> Wayne.
>> Thing is gdm being installed in /opt. At least pam files should be in
>> the right place. Upstream ships pam files for lfs and it will install
>> them automatically, given that /etc/lfs-release is found.
> Speaking of pam, I also have an extra line added to
> /etc/pam.d/system-session
> -session  optional    pam_systemd.so

Should be the same as with consolekit, but instead of pam_consolekit you
use pam_systemd (and drop the nox11 thing). pam_loginuid is also
necessary. This is handled in my post lfs systemd notes though.

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