On 09/17/2012 02:31 PM, Frank Murphy wrote:
On 17/09/12 17:54, Sergio wrote:
> What if you remove display-manager.service from the 'After=' line? Or is
If After=display-manager.service is not there,
the service fails with no default display or similar words.
But 99% there.
Then it looks to me (casual user) that it's display-manager.service that
triggers X to start.
I have no idea right now what could be done.
But this looks like a more serious bug with X itself (or something
else), doesn't it?
Have you opened a bug report for it?