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    • intrigeri's avatar
      Unmount the system partition on shutdown · 481bdb36
      intrigeri authored
      When this works, it'll avoid this problem: after applying an automated upgrade,
      the system partition's filesystem in a dirty state, with unused clusters
      not reclaimed, i.e. the files from previous automated upgrades that were
      just deleted actually still occupy space (as visible via df) even though
      they're invisible (via du or ls).
      
      refs #17902
      481bdb36
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    • sajolida's avatar
      Simply · 17b6ffa4
      sajolida authored
      "Don't Show Again" seems to be the usual phrasing for such things.
      17b6ffa4
  12. 10 Dec, 2020 1 commit
    • sajolida's avatar
      Improve button labels · 515e6266
      sajolida authored
      - Use title capitalization for button captions
      
      - Use "Don't Remind Me Again" consistently
      
        There will be value in using a similar phrasing for such button across
        different notifications. This phrasing might easier to reuse as "Hide"
        could be a synonym for "Close" in other such notifications.
      
        I don't think it's worth specifying that it's for 1 month.
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      tails-unblock-network: skip most graphics-related devices when triggering udev · 18b2d121
      intrigeri authored
      On #17199 (and possibly #17228) I've seen breakage that seems to be caused by
      udevadm trigger: the Greeter starts just fine, but on login, systemd-logind is
      confused about the state of FDs (for /dev/dri/card{0,1}) it passes to X.Org:
      when amnesia's X.Org starts, it gets passed paused FDs which makes it abort.
      I suspect that's because at least one of /dev/dri/card{0,1} seem to briefly
      disappear and come back again when we run udevadm trigger.
      
      So let's try to avoid replaying kernel events for graphics-related devices.
      18b2d121
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