J. Fahrner wrote on 13.02.2018 14:55: > Am 2018-02-13 13:50, schrieb Irrwahn: >> That message can safely be ignored. >> >> This is caused by the dbus startup from script(s) /etc/X11/Xsession.d/ >> . >> It basically means that dbus did not find systemd upon launch, which is >> to be expected on a Devuan system that by definition comes w/o systemd.
[ Nota bene: *Every* *single* Devuan installation in existence that has the dbus-x11 package installed will throw this info message. ] > I know most scripts and config files come from Debian, and the Devuan > devs don't want to touch every package containing such systemd > directives. But wouldn't it be nice to have a patch-script, which > locates all known files containing "systemd" and patches them to remove > this systemd stuff after installation? > Please feel free to correct me, but I don't believe it's that simple. First off, someone would have to locate all these instances, and verify it's safe to patch them, and how, and keep that list up to date and operational on each iteration of every affected package, all while taking into account any possible cross-package side effects. Secondly, that script would have to be run after every system upgrade, no matter how minor or trivial. But for the sake of argument let's assume some volunteer (maybe you? :-)) stepped up to maintain such a beast: What would be the benefit gained by it? Avoiding some benign informational log messages? Sorry, but that makes a spurious argument: If I've received even only the fraction of a penny for each bogus message cluttering up ~/.xsession-errors, or any other log file for that matter, my only worry in life would be how to defend my then-own private island against the rising sea level. ;-) Or, attacking from another angle, if I were to file a bug report for every such incident I'd already be blacklisted for flooding the bug trackers. AIUI(!) it's Devuan's mission to provide an universal operating system offering its users as much freedom of choice as _reasonably_ feasible, not to eradicate each and every verbatim reference to some specific software package. Heck, going by my observations there isn't ATM even enough manpower to strip all affected packages from 'real' dependencies on libsystemd0! (And, at least to me, it's not yet crystal clear if in the end that would even be desirable - go figure!) Of course all that 2ct worth drivel reflects just my personal point of view, YMMV, and all the other usual disclaimers apply. HAND, with best regards Urban -- Sapere aude! _______________________________________________ Dng mailing list Dng@lists.dyne.org https://mailinglists.dyne.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/dng