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Give specific user permission to kill other users with logind?

Is it possible to give one user (the "main user") the permission to kill other users using logind/loginctl?
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How does the Linux login work? [duplicate]

I am wondering how the login actually works. It certainly is not part of the kernel, because I can set the login to use ldap for example, or keep using /etc/passwd; but the kernel certainly is able to ...
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How do I tell systemd-logind that the session is not idle, without using a desktop environment or session manager?

I want to use logind for power management. After 30 minutes of inactivity, I would like the computer to suspend. Problem is, right now, it suspends after 30 minutes, even when I am active with mouse ...
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Is there a way to set permissions so a process could use a specific device?

As you can read, for instance here, logind, which is a part of systemd, can set permissions to some devices for user sessions. There's also a vid showing how this kind of behavior works in practice. ...
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Fedora 21 VT Change Hangs

On Fedora 21, I have LightDM and i3 installed. When I switch to tty2 and do a bit of work then switch back, my laptop hangs. I am using Intel HD Graphics 4600. Thanks UPDATE now it sometimes ...
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Do I need systemd-logind service on server?

I'm setting up debian 8 lxc container on debian 8. And I see a lot of: [FAILED] Failed to start Login Service. See 'systemctl status systemd-logind.service' for details. when the container starts. ...
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Changing systemd HandleLidSwitch setting during run-time?

The setting HandleLidSwitch is defined in /etc/systemd/logind.conf as follows: HandleLidSwitch=<hibernate,ignore,...> The setting is applied successfully on boot. However, I would like to ...
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How do I get Debian to use systemd-logind for user session control?

I have one Debian Sid system (LinuxBBQ n00b killah) that uses logind for its user sessions. It is odd that that system is not even running systemd. The logind sessions are independent of X and are in ...
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How to preserve the logind session in Arch Linux?

I got audio working in Arch Linux without problems yesterday, but at some point it stopped working again: $ alsamixer cannot open mixer: No such file or directory $ vlc foo.mp4 ... [0x7f1388006be8] ...
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Gajim, gtalk, and logind

Since the Google talk outage earlier this month, I keep not being able to connect using gajim. I tried deleting all the configuration, updated to the latest development version, and tried in different ...