I finally investigated, why power button wasn't working for me as
expected, that is, that pressing it haven't shown logout menu as I was
used to from another distribution.
I proposed a partial solution on the acpid side [bz966186], which
is probably the best I can do about it; it's (hopefully) unobtrusive
and on an opt-in base, so those interest in such an association
(instead of plain shutdown as performed by systemd or a predefined
action as facilitated by xfce4-power-manager [note: "ask" doesn't work
here, hence all my effort]) have to /etc/systemd/logind.conf to set
HandlePowerKey=ignore (to prevent systemd from taking precedence in
handling the event).
Beside letting you know, I also wanted to solicit some feedback so if
you have something on your mind, reply here or at the referred bug.
Hey, folks. I just wanted to send a heads-up that the F19 LXDE images
have all been broken so far, and it seems like there isn't much going on
to fix them. Christoph, were you aware of this? Are you busy right now
and need help?
I've been using https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=947558 as
the bug report, it all seems to be more or less the same problem. But
the basic experience is that if you boot any F19 LXDE live image, you
get a black screen. We didn't include LXDE in the Alpha release because
of this bug, but you can grab one of the Beta TCs at
https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/stage/ to check it out.
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