Re: Power switch to actually turn off my computer

On 11/04/14 20:43, Charles T. Smith wrote:
Tomasz Torcz <tomek <at>> writes:

On Fri, Apr 11, 2014 at 09:21:19AM +0000, Charles T. Smith wrote:
Oh.  I still haven't learned where it stores the configuration when it's not
powered up.  I don't even know where to look:
  Why do you need this knowledge?  It just implementation detail in
grand scheme of handling power button (which by default is handled by
logind reacting to keypresses, gnome-settings-daemon overtakes the
handling while it's running).

Because until I can reinstall a different Linux, I would like these files to
be integrated into my current configuration system.  See, e.g., someone's
comments at the end of
Jasper concisely explained the entire situation, why bring Poettering into this? If you want to build your 
own private distro then that is up to
you to do the leg work! certain components are considered hard deps for GNOME, this includes logind, upower, 
gnome-setttings-daemon, and many
more, you can't just drop these and still expect things to work!

  Anyway, documention is here:

Excellent!  Thank you.

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