Lennart Poettering <mzerqung(a)0pointer.de> writes:
Again, this isn't just work-arounds around broken programs.
security thing. It's privileged code (logind, PID 1) that enforces a
clear life-cycle on unprivileged programs.
You're making three invalid assumptions here:
1. You're assuming that such programs are unpriviledged (or undesired)
2. You're assuming that it's PID 1's job to enforce security policy
3. You're assuming that this rule is desired by all users
Fedora as a distro needs to determine which of these assumptions are
valid *for Fedora* and set the defaults accordingly, as well as
determining if/how to give users the freedom to set them differently.