when I log out from i3 (
i3-msg exit) and log in using Lightdm new user session is created, but the old one is still running.
- Is it possible to not create new session but rather "reuse" the old session?
- Would it be better to terminate the session when exiting i3? (something like
i3-msg exit && loginctl terminate-session)
I am running Fedora 22.
Why am I asking: I cant use
systemctl reboot without root (sudo) privileges in the newly created session.
I think i found the reason - The two daemons from the output below keep the session from closing. The session exits correctly if the remaining processes are killed also
systemctl reboot does not require root privileges (Don't know why though).
$ loginctl session-status 1 1 - bean (1000) Since: Mon 2015-11-23 12:43:06 CET; 3min 21s ago Leader: 2519 Seat: seat0; vc1 Display: :0 Service: lightdm; type x11; class user State: closing Unit: session-1.scope ├─2899 /usr/bin/pulseaudio --start --log-target=syslog └─3058 redshift