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These files make it possible to login to X without a desktop manager. Installation ============ Several variables are supported by the installation through make: # make [DESTDIR=</stage/path>] [BASH=</path/to/bash>] [SHELL=</current/path/to/bash>] [install] DESTDIR ------- The DESTDIR path is prepended to each target in the installation, making staged installs possible. Empty by default. BASH ---- The path to the Bash executable used by xlogin. Defaults to /usr/bin/bash. SHELL ----- The path to the Bash executable used by make. Defaults to the value of BASH. Usage ===== To enable automatic login at boot, execute: # systemctl enable xlogin@<username> The xlogin service sets up a user session and runs the .xinitrc script of the user. Several actions are available to the user. Logout ------ $ loginctl terminate-session "$XDG_SESSION_ID" or $ systemctl --user exit Shutdown -------- $ systemctl poweroff If no other users are logged in, this does not require a password. Reboot ------ $ systemctl reboot If no other users are logged in, this does not require a password. Files ===== Makefile -------- This makes installation through # make install possible. x-daemon -------- This script makes starting X as a daemon possible. It is needed by the systemd service that manages X. x@.service ---------- This service governs an X session on a specified VT. It is of little use on its own. xlogin@.service --------------- This service is responsible for setting up the user session and running the user's .xinitrc script. The script should not return. 25-xlogin.sh ------------ This script makes sure the systemd user dbus socket is not reused for the user's X session. Its invocation is guaranteed by having the following on top of your .xinitrc: if [ -d /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc.d ]; then for f in /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc.d/*; do [ -x "$f" ] && . "$f" done unset f fi As a consequence, systemd commands that interface the user session will no longer be able to communicate with the systemd instance. To alleviate this problem, include the following in your .bashrc: for sd_cmd in systemctl systemd-analyze systemd-run; do alias $sd_cmd='DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS="unix:path=$XDG_RUNTIME_DIR/bus" '$sd_cmd done