Are you launching nm-applet from anywhere else (.xinitrc, xfce application autostart, etc.)? That would cause the issue you are having.
So I switched over to systemd and had issues using labels in fstab (dependency failed for home). I switched to UUIDs, and problem solved. Is this a known issue, or has anyone else had the same issue? I used the systemd wiki article as reference and didn't see anything negative regarding using labels in fstab.
Maybe it is a timing issue. Can you have awesome run wmname and syndaemon? It is able to run apps when it starts.https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Aw … n_programshttps://awesome.naquadah.org/wiki/Autostart
I'm using lxdm with xfce. One System uses .xinitrc and create an logind session then working. Two other Systems doesn't and without an logind session I hasn't permission to suspend or mount devices. But I don't find the reason for this.
@cfr, you know you can simply use [[ -f /etc/profile ]] && . /etc/profile instead of the if/then statement. It will work either way, but I use the one liner because it makes my .xinitrc look a little cleaner.
Mocco wrote:Suggestions?Try using DimDaemon https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=54009If you have any issue, here is a thread where I could help you if you need https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=131931
stqn wrote:mamamia88 wrote: My .xinitrc reads exec udiskie & startxfce4You’re supposed to exec startxfce4, not udiskie.as per the wiki page Start the Udiskie service by adding udiskie & to your xinitrc file, before the window manager is loaded." anyway i managed to get autmounting consistenly (for now) apparently just by following the advice https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/