Actually this happens when I'm logged in a Freenx session.When I'm on the real console, I actually AM required to authenticate as my administrative user OR as "admin"... [by capone]
on 08/13/2012 – Made popular on 08/13/2012
The difference between "active" and "online" is explained in the documentation:The following states are currently known: offline (user not logged in at all), lingering (user not logged in, but some user services running), online (user logged in, but not active, i.e. has no session in the foreground), active (user logged in, and has at least one active session, i.e.
^ There should be a dbus session for each user that is logged into your computer along with the one for root.The users session-bus is started at login, I belive by your login manager.If you already have another notification daemon running and it works you have a session bus for that user since all notifications are sent over dbus.You can check if you have a session-bus after you are logged in by c
Hi!I'm using systemd 191 and polkit 0.107 from testing, with autologin from console; I discovered this issue (not a big problem btw): uptime
16:50:40 up 1 min, 0 users, load average: 1,50, 0,88, 0,34And "who" too doesn't show anything.
Hi all..I am trying to connect to my freenx server (i have set up freenx before with ssh public key auth + passwd auth). Anyways i am having a weird issue. I connect using opennx and get the following error dialog:The remote proxy closed the connection while negotiating the session.
My "real" name displayed under Settings > Account Details seems to be different from what is set at Settings > User Management. Under User Management, I have my full name, but under Account Details it says my name is "Student". Long story, but this is how I'm guessing it happened...