Hi.After I've switched to systemd everytime I unplug power to my laptop, gnome gets very unresponsive.Eks if I try to move a window there can go any were from 30 sec to a few minutes before the window moves. Only thing thats responce is the mouse courser.
Shark wrote:One way allows you to not get rid of rc.local with systemd. See https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Sy … s#rc.localYes, I've seen that - but I'd like to have a pure, systemd-only setup.ataraxia wrote:You shouldn't need the line with the "for" statement any more. ondemand has been the kernel default governor for a little while now.Oke, thanks.
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.
Hello,I turned into systemd booting. For convinience I choose to lxdm to log in. But my habit was the Archlinux look and I don't know which way should start xdm with that particular look&feel.What should be the equivalent to be launch by systemctl ?