Comment 20 for bug 1618886

On Sun, Oct 02, 2016 at 08:39:01AM -0000, Martin Pitt wrote:
> > If you ever end up stopping gnome-keyring from within a new session
> then its ExecStopPost kills the upstart session of this new one that we
> are starting up, *not* the previous one that it was started up under.
>
> I assume you meant to say "gnome-session.service" here, not keyring (as
> its ExecStopPost is harmless). gnome-session is the session leader, so
> stopping it by definition means to end the current session.

Yes I did. But the problem is that it is *not* always stopped when the
session dies, so it is a bad choice of leader while that is true.

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