Package Details: xorg-server-nosystemd 1.19.3-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/xorg-server-nosystemd.git (read-only)
Package Base: xorg-server-nosystemd
Description: Xorg X server
Upstream URL: http://xorg.freedesktop.org
Licenses: custom
Groups: xorg
Conflicts: glamor-egl, nvidia-utils<=331.20, xf86-video-modesetting, xorg-server
Provides: X-ABI-EXTENSION_VERSION=10.0, X-ABI-VIDEODRV_VERSION=23, X-ABI-XINPUT_VERSION=24.1, x-server, xorg-server
Replaces: glamor-egl, xf86-video-modesetting, xorg-server
Submitter: 0strodamus
Maintainer: 0strodamus
Last Packager: 0strodamus
Votes: 5
Popularity: 0.825008
First Submitted: 2015-12-18 20:42
Last Updated: 2017-03-18 17:36

Dependencies (59)

Required by (133)

Sources (6)

Latest Comments

0strodamus commented on 2017-01-13 18:41

OK. Thanks.

Cromer commented on 2017-01-13 18:38

Ignore my comment, I was looking at the 1.18 PKGBUILD by mistake.

0strodamus commented on 2017-01-13 18:34

@ubone: that's because the xf86-input-evdev package dropped xf86-input-driver from the provides array. xf86-input-libinput pulls in systemd via libinput. I changed the PKGBUILD to depend on xf86-input-evdev. Sorry for the inconvenience.

@Cromer: wayland-protocols was in the makedepends array of the 1.19.1-1 PKGBUILD I initially uploaded. I'm not sure why you commented. Can you clarify?

Cromer commented on 2017-01-13 12:49

There is a new makedepend that needs to be added:
wayland-protocols

If this is not present the build fails with this error:
configure: error: Xwayland build explicitly requested, but required modules not found.

0strodamus commented on 2016-02-29 19:11

Done. Thanks!

nous commented on 2016-02-26 10:44

Took the liberty to add this and mesa-nosystemd to the [openrc-eudev] unofficial repository.

You should change the post-installation message:

>>> xorg-server has now the ability to run without root rights with
the help of systemd-logind. xserver will fail to run if not launched
from the same virtual terminal as was used to log in.
Without root rights, log files will be in ~/.local/share/xorg/ directory.

Old behavior can be restored through Xorg.wrap config file.
See Xorg.wrap man page (man xorg.wrap).

The xorg-xwrapper package provides /etc/X11/Xwrapper.config with "needs_root_rights=yes".