startx? Or through a display manager? If
startx, what's in ~/.xinitrc?
Is there something wrong in .xinitrc?cat .xinitrc
exec /usr/local/bin/startlxde --with-ck-launch
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ck-list-sessions. What does that output?
NotIs the configuration right?
ck-list-session- the correct spelling is
ck-list-sessionswith "s" at the end.
len@mate:~ $ ck-list-sessions Session1: unix-user = '1001' realname = 'len' seat = 'Seat1' session-type = 'unspecified' session-class = 'user' session-state = 'active' active = TRUE x11-display = ':0' x11-display-device = '/dev/ttyv8' display-device = '/dev/ttyv7' remote-host-name = '' is-local = TRUE on-since = '2021-07-23T15:32:23.477266Z' login-session-id = '' XDG_RUNTIME_DIR = '/var/run/user/1001' VTNr = '9' len@mate:~ $
sudo pkg install lightdm lightdm-gtk-greeter
sudo sysrc lightdm_enable="YES"
I didn't know about this port, thanks. Perhaps then this alone would be adequate, if mybsd prefers to launch his sessions withWell, there, you go... It looks like you don't have ConsoleKit, which is needed by LXDE to be able to create more submenus on the logout screen. Try
# pkg install sysutils/consolekt2, and reboot.
startxrather than with a display manager? I notice now that lightdm lists consolekit2 as one of its dependencies:
len@mate:~ $ pkg info -r sysutils/consolekit2 consolekit2-1.2.3: lightdm-1.30.0_3 mate-session-manager-1.24.3 len@mate:~ $