Comment 2 for bug 390508

As I understand the code, the "expire_timeout" variable is first initialized
with a default, then the same value is used later to define an array and
then to set the expiration timeout for the notification. I don't see any
code that reads the notification timeout from the command line and sets the
"expire_timeout" variable accordingly.

Anyway, regardless of where the problem lies, the expiration timeout can
only be the default "5 seconds" - there's no way to change this value.

DRM 'manages access' in the same way that jail 'manages freedom'.

On Sat, Jun 27, 2009 at 6:39 AM, A. Walton <email address hidden> wrote:

> Notify-Send is sending the timeout to the server correctly as your grep
> shows, but Notify OSD does not support timeouts.
>
> ** Package changed: libnotify (Ubuntu) => notify-osd (Ubuntu)
>
> --
> notify-send ignores the expire timeout parameter
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/390508
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