OK, thanks, it's good to know such a thing before installing on Archlinux.
Did you mean set "PowerKeyIgnoreInhibited" to "yes" in
/etc/systemd/logind.conf ? BTW, could you post a link to your bug report on


2013/3/27 Manuel Reimer <manuel.rei...@gmx.de>

> YUP wrote:
>> Very cool! Gonna try it. Integration with systemd is very useful.
> Would be very useful, but at least the inhibitor thing, which was intented
> to block systemd from shutting down the system if the button is pressed,
> seems to be broken. So if you use it on systemd-based systems, you have to
> edit /etc/systemd/logind.conf to make systemd ignore the power button.
> But as the official console utility "systemd-inhibit" is broken, too, it
> doesn't seem to be my code but a bug in systemd itself. I reported this to
> the mailing list and I hope someone can tell me what's going on here.
> Yours
> Manuel Reimer
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