200526 Piotr Karbowski wrote: > On 26/05/2020 00.34, Philip Webb wrote: >> I'ld rather you didn't. > You didn't provided any rationale for that.
I thought I did (smile). > Running X as root is anti-pattern, especially nowadays > when so little effort is required to not have to run it as root. I've never run X as root : it's not the UNIX way. > You can either enable elogind Why would anyone want to abandon the long-successful UNIX method & adopt some complex replacement ? > or you can enable suid if you want to preserve your status quo, > we're talking here about defaults > that user can change if he has a reason to do so. Yes, this is a regular problem which is unavoidable : what should the default be ? -- I want the default to be what it's always been & what matches basic UNIX principles. I can add 'suid' to 'xorg-server' in package.use , but why should I have to ? -- over to you for a rationale (smile). Perhaps others can weigh in CAD 0,02 (choose your currency) at a time. -- ========================,,============================================ SUPPORT ___________//___, Philip Webb ELECTRIC /]     | Cities Centre, University of Toronto TRANSIT `-O----------O---' purslowatcadotinterdotnet