On Wed, 2016-06-01 at 04:43 -0400, Matthew Miller wrote:
On Sun, May 29, 2016 at 06:51:20PM -0600, Chris Murphy wrote:
> So there's tmux, screen, curl, wget, and probably quite a few
> that don't necessarily get daemonized that are probably affected.
I would really like to see a solution whereby tmux and screen _just
work_ without any required changes to user behavior. They're
commands which _indicate_ "I want a new session that persists".
It seems fine to have some administrative option which prevents that,
but I think allowing that behavior should be the default. That way,
accidental lingering processes will be cleaned up, but people's
expectations around tmux/screen will still be met.
Yeah - I think that making
tmux/screen & co persistent makes sense
regardless how the systemd default is set on Fedora in the end.
That's really the only way to make stuff consistent for users once the
persistence on/off switch consists.
> I liked the suggestion of having those programs become "scope" aware
) but it looks like upstream
> tmux at least is not keen on it. What can we do instead?