Hi all. I'm on a new laptop & build ( git ) and all the "System Actions": - Suspend - Hibernate - Power Off - Reboot ... are disabled.
I've built with systemd support: EFL is configured with: ./autogen.sh \ --prefix=/opt/e22 \ --enable-harfbuzz \ --enable-drm \ --enable-gl-drm \ --enable-wayland \ --enable-systemd \ --enable-egl \ --with-opengl=es \ --enable-xinput22 \ --enable-elput \ --with-profile=release Enlightenment is configured with: meson configure build \ -Dprefix=/opt/e22 \ -Dincludedir=/opt/e22 \ -Dwayland=True \ -Dsystemd=True \ -Dbuildtype=release \ -Ddebug=False \ -Doptimization=3 I noticed that the generated sysactions.conf was incorrect: action: halt /usr/bin/systemctl poweroff action: reboot /usr/bin/systemctl reboot action: suspend /usr/bin/systemctl suspend action: hibernate /usr/bin/systemctl hibernate My systemctl is /bin/systemctl. I first tried updating the installed sysactions.conf and entering the correct path ( and restating E ) to systemctl - but this had no effect. I've also tried sym-linking /usr/bin/systemctl to /bin/systemctl ( and restarting E ) - this also has no effect. I'm running out of ideas :) Anyone? Dan _______________________________________________ enlightenment-users mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/enlightenment-users