Lennart Poettering <email@example.com> writes:
> Again, as mentioned before: key here is that permitting user processes
> to stick around after all sessions of the user ended needs to be a
> privilieged concept. It should not be allowed for user code to stick
> around after logout, unless this is explicitly permitted by the admin,
> and this hence needs to be enforced by privileged code.
How many Fedora installs are multi-user these days? How many
single-user desktops are we afflicting with a "you must ask an admin"
rule, when there is no admin besides the user sitting at the keyboard?
Any rule that tries to split users into "unpriviledged" and "admin" is