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We need to add a session under == Enabling Lightdm == for systemd. It would be like this:
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== Sources of Arch-centric 64x64 Icons ==
 
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Instead of {{ic|cp}}-ing would it be more appropriate to symlink?
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{{bc|# find /usr/share/archlinux/icons -name "*64*" -exec ln -s {} /usr/share/icons/hicolor/64x64/devices \;}}
[b]systemd method[/b]
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--[[User:Alexchamberlain|Alex Chamberlain]] ([[User talk:Alexchamberlain|talk]]) 20:04, 3 August 2012 (UTC)
 
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LightDM comes packaged with a systemd service file. Simply run the following command.
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systemctl enable lighdm.service
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The next time you reboot, the display manager should run.
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Can anyone confirm this to add to the wiki?
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: I see your systemd info on four pages. Thanks for the effort. I will answer it here.
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: While your text above is quite good, for now. But if those text exist for every service, it will be a huge duplication. When something changed, which is quite possible considering the early stage of systemd, you have to rework and change all of the again.
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: Right now there is already a [[Talk:Boot Loader#From ArchWiki talk:Reports|discussion]] on how to clean up daemon/service start up info on lots of pages. The conclusion is:
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:# Add service start up instruction into [[Daemon]]
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:# Create a [[start service]] page that simply redirects to [[Daemon]]
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:# Use something like "For systemd, [[start service]] lighdm.service."
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: You can start above work if you agree. If you have any idea, we can disscuss it [[Talk:Boot Loader#From ArchWiki talk:Reports|here]].
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: -- [[User:Fengchao|Fengchao]] ([[User talk:Fengchao|talk]]) 06:07, 20 July 2012 (UTC)
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Revision as of 07:39, 15 September 2012

Sources of Arch-centric 64x64 Icons

Instead of cp-ing would it be more appropriate to symlink?

# find /usr/share/archlinux/icons -name "*64*" -exec ln -s {} /usr/share/icons/hicolor/64x64/devices \;

--Alex Chamberlain (talk) 20:04, 3 August 2012 (UTC)