Verified Commit 678ea842 authored by Hartmut Goebel's avatar Hartmut Goebel
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TEMP Add custom `startkde` script to be used in the VM.

Use this copy to start the desktop (instead of the system one) as
this copy can be adjusted and e.g. debug messages be added or commands
by run via `strace`.
parent fcb6b5fa
#!/run/current-system/profile/bin/sh
#
# DEFAULT KDE STARTUP SCRIPT ( 5.10.4 )
#
exec >/exchange/xerrors 2>&1
#set -x
export QML_IMPORT_PATH=$QML2_IMPORT_PATH
#export QML_IMPORT_TRACE=1
#export QT_DEBUG_PLUGINS=1
#export QT_HASH_SEED=42
# When the X server dies we get a HUP signal from xinit. We must ignore it
# because we still need to do some cleanup.
trap 'echo GOT SIGHUP' HUP
# Check if a KDE session already is running and whether it's possible to connect to X
kcheckrunning
kcheckrunning_result=$?
if test $kcheckrunning_result -eq 0 ; then
echo "KDE seems to be already running on this display."
xmessage -geometry 500x100 "KDE seems to be already running on this display." > /dev/null 2>/dev/null
exit 1
elif test $kcheckrunning_result -eq 2 ; then
echo "\$DISPLAY is not set or cannot connect to the X server."
exit 1
fi
# Boot sequence:
#
# kdeinit is used to fork off processes which improves memory usage
# and startup time.
#
# * kdeinit starts klauncher first.
# * Then kded is started. kded is responsible for keeping the sycoca
# database up to date. When an up to date database is present it goes
# into the background and the startup continues.
# * Then kdeinit starts kcminit. kcminit performs initialisation of
# certain devices according to the user's settings
#
# * Then ksmserver is started which takes control of the rest of the startup sequence
# We need to create config folder so we can write startupconfigkeys
if [ ${XDG_CONFIG_HOME} ]; then
configDir=$XDG_CONFIG_HOME;
else
configDir=${HOME}/.config; #this is the default, http://standards.freedesktop.org/basedir-spec/basedir-spec-latest.html
fi
mkdir -p $configDir
#This is basically setting defaults so we can use them with kstartupconfig5
cat >$configDir/startupconfigkeys <<EOF
kcminputrc Mouse cursorTheme 'breeze_cursors'
kcminputrc Mouse cursorSize ''
ksplashrc KSplash Theme Breeze
ksplashrc KSplash Engine KSplashQML
kdeglobals KScreen ScreenScaleFactors ''
kcmfonts General forceFontDPI 0
EOF
# preload the user's locale on first start
plasmalocalerc=$configDir/plasma-localerc
test -f $plasmalocalerc || {
cat >$plasmalocalerc <<EOF
[Formats]
LANG=$LANG
EOF
}
# export LC_* variables set by kcmshell5 formats into environment
# so it can be picked up by QLocale and friends.
exportformatssettings=$configDir/plasma-locale-settings.sh
test -f $exportformatssettings && {
. $exportformatssettings
}
# Write a default kdeglobals file to set up the font
kdeglobalsfile=$configDir/kdeglobals
test -f $kdeglobalsfile || {
cat >$kdeglobalsfile <<EOF
[General]
XftAntialias=true
XftHintStyle=hintmedium
XftSubPixel=none
EOF
}
kstartupconfig5
returncode=$?
if test $returncode -ne 0; then
xmessage -geometry 500x100 "kstartupconfig5 does not exist or fails. The error code is $returncode. Check your installation."
exit 1
fi
[ -r $configDir/startupconfig ] && . $configDir/startupconfig
if [ "$kdeglobals_kscreen_screenscalefactors" ]; then
export QT_SCREEN_SCALE_FACTORS="$kdeglobals_kscreen_screenscalefactors"
fi
#Manually disable auto scaling because we are scaling above
#otherwise apps that manually opt in for high DPI get auto scaled by the developer AND manually scaled by us
export QT_AUTO_SCREEN_SCALE_FACTOR=0
#Set the QtQuickControls style to our own: for QtQuickControls1
#it will fall back to Desktop, while it will use our own org.kde.desktop
#for QtQuickControlsStyle and Kirigami
export QT_QUICK_CONTROLS_STYLE=org.kde.desktop
# XCursor mouse theme needs to be applied here to work even for kded or ksmserver
if test -n "$kcminputrc_mouse_cursortheme" -o -n "$kcminputrc_mouse_cursorsize" ; then
XCURSOR_PATH=/run/current-system/profile/share/icons:$XCURSOR_PATH":~/.icons:/usr/share/icons:/usr/share/pixmaps:/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/icons"; export XCURSOR_PATH
kapplymousetheme "$kcminputrc_mouse_cursortheme" "$kcminputrc_mouse_cursorsize"
if test $? -eq 10; then
XCURSOR_THEME=breeze_cursors
export XCURSOR_THEME
elif test -n "$kcminputrc_mouse_cursortheme"; then
XCURSOR_THEME="$kcminputrc_mouse_cursortheme"
export XCURSOR_THEME
fi
if test -n "$kcminputrc_mouse_cursorsize"; then
XCURSOR_SIZE="$kcminputrc_mouse_cursorsize"
export XCURSOR_SIZE
fi
fi
if test "$kcmfonts_general_forcefontdpi" -ne 0; then
xrdb -quiet -merge -nocpp <<EOF
Xft.dpi: $kcmfonts_general_forcefontdpi
EOF
fi
dl=$DESKTOP_LOCKED
unset DESKTOP_LOCKED # Don't want it in the environment
ksplash_pid=
if test -z "$dl"; then
# the splashscreen and progress indicator
case "$ksplashrc_ksplash_engine" in
KSplashQML)
ksplash_pid=`ksplashqml "${ksplashrc_ksplash_theme}" --pid`
;;
None)
;;
*)
;;
esac
fi
# Source scripts found in <config locations>/plasma-workspace/env/*.sh
# (where <config locations> correspond to the system and user's configuration
# directories, as identified by Qt's qtpaths, e.g. $HOME/.config
# and /etc/xdg/ on Linux)
#
# This is where you can define environment variables that will be available to
# all KDE programs, so this is where you can run agents using e.g. eval `ssh-agent`
# or eval `gpg-agent --daemon`.
# Note: if you do that, you should also put "ssh-agent -k" as a shutdown script
#
# (see end of this file).
# For anything else (that doesn't set env vars, or that needs a window manager),
# better use the Autostart folder.
scriptpath=`qtpaths --locate-dirs GenericConfigLocation plasma-workspace | tr ':' '\n'`
# Add /env/ to the directory to locate the scripts to be sourced
for prefix in `echo $scriptpath`; do
for file in "$prefix"/env/*.sh; do
test -r "$file" && . "$file" || true
done
done
# Activate the kde font directories.
#
# There are 4 directories that may be used for supplying fonts for KDE.
#
# There are two system directories. These belong to the administrator.
# There are two user directories, where the user may add her own fonts.
#
# The 'override' versions are for fonts that should come first in the list,
# i.e. if you have a font in your 'override' directory, it will be used in
# preference to any other.
#
# The preference order looks like this:
# user override, system override, X, user, system
#
# Where X is the original font database that was set up before this script
# runs.
usr_odir=$HOME/.fonts/kde-override
usr_fdir=$HOME/.fonts
if test -n "$KDEDIRS"; then
kdedirs_first=`echo "$KDEDIRS"|sed -e 's/:.*//'`
sys_odir=$kdedirs_first/share/fonts/override
sys_fdir=$kdedirs_first/share/fonts
else
sys_odir=$KDEDIR/share/fonts/override
sys_fdir=$KDEDIR/share/fonts
fi
# We run mkfontdir on the user's font dirs (if we have permission) to pick
# up any new fonts they may have installed. If mkfontdir fails, we still
# add the user's dirs to the font path, as they might simply have been made
# read-only by the administrator, for whatever reason.
test -d "$sys_odir" && xset +fp "$sys_odir"
test -d "$usr_odir" && (mkfontdir "$usr_odir" ; xset +fp "$usr_odir")
test -d "$usr_fdir" && (mkfontdir "$usr_fdir" ; xset fp+ "$usr_fdir")
test -d "$sys_fdir" && xset fp+ "$sys_fdir"
# Ask X11 to rebuild its font list.
xset fp rehash
# Set a left cursor instead of the standard X11 "X" cursor, since I've heard
# from some users that they're confused and don't know what to do. This is
# especially necessary on slow machines, where starting KDE takes one or two
# minutes until anything appears on the screen.
#
# If the user has overwritten fonts, the cursor font may be different now
# so don't move this up.
#
xsetroot -cursor_name left_ptr
# Get Ghostscript to look into user's KDE fonts dir for additional Fontmap
if test -n "$GS_LIB" ; then
GS_LIB=$usr_fdir:$GS_LIB
export GS_LIB
else
GS_LIB=$usr_fdir
export GS_LIB
fi
echo 'startkde: Starting up...' 1>&2
# Make sure that the KDE prefix is first in XDG_DATA_DIRS and that it's set at all.
# The spec allows XDG_DATA_DIRS to be not set, but X session startup scripts tend
# to set it to a list of paths *not* including the KDE prefix if it's not /usr or
# /usr/local.
if test -z "$XDG_DATA_DIRS"; then
XDG_DATA_DIRS="/run/current-system/profile/share:/usr/share:/usr/local/share"
fi
export XDG_DATA_DIRS
# Mark that full KDE session is running (e.g. Konqueror preloading works only
# with full KDE running). The KDE_FULL_SESSION property can be detected by
# any X client connected to the same X session, even if not launched
# directly from the KDE session but e.g. using "ssh -X", kdesu. $KDE_FULL_SESSION
# however guarantees that the application is launched in the same environment
# like the KDE session and that e.g. KDE utilities/libraries are available.
# KDE_FULL_SESSION property is also only available since KDE 3.5.5.
# The matching tests are:
# For $KDE_FULL_SESSION:
# if test -n "$KDE_FULL_SESSION"; then ... whatever
# For KDE_FULL_SESSION property:
# xprop -root | grep "^KDE_FULL_SESSION" >/dev/null 2>/dev/null
# if test $? -eq 0; then ... whatever
#
# Additionally there is (since KDE 3.5.7) $KDE_SESSION_UID with the uid
# of the user running the KDE session. It should be rarely needed (e.g.
# after sudo to prevent desktop-wide functionality in the new user's kded).
#
# Since KDE4 there is also KDE_SESSION_VERSION, containing the major version number.
# Note that this didn't exist in KDE3, which can be detected by its absense and
# the presence of KDE_FULL_SESSION.
#
KDE_FULL_SESSION=true
export KDE_FULL_SESSION
xprop -root -f KDE_FULL_SESSION 8t -set KDE_FULL_SESSION true
KDE_SESSION_VERSION=5
export KDE_SESSION_VERSION
xprop -root -f KDE_SESSION_VERSION 32c -set KDE_SESSION_VERSION 5
KDE_SESSION_UID=`id -ru`
export KDE_SESSION_UID
XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP=KDE
export XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP
# At this point all environment variables are set, let's send it to the DBus session server to update the activation environment
if which dbus-update-activation-environment >/dev/null 2>/dev/null ; then
dbus-update-activation-environment --systemd --all
else
/run/current-system/profile/lib/libexec/ksyncdbusenv
fi
if test $? -ne 0; then
# Startup error
echo 'startkde: Could not sync environment to dbus.' 1>&2
test -n "$ksplash_pid" && kill "$ksplash_pid" 2>/dev/null
xmessage -geometry 500x100 "Could not sync environment to dbus."
exit 1
fi
echo '########## kdeinit'
# We set LD_BIND_NOW to increase the efficiency of kdeinit.
# kdeinit unsets this variable before loading applications.
LD_BIND_NOW=true strace -ff -e trace=file -o /exchange/trace1.log /run/current-system/profile/lib/libexec/kf5/start_kdeinit_wrapper --kded +kcminit_startup &
#LD_BIND_NOW=true /run/current-system/profile/lib/libexec/kf5/start_kdeinit_wrapper --kded +kcminit_startup
if test $? -ne 0; then
# Startup error
echo 'startkde: Could not start kdeinit5. Check your installation.' 1>&2
test -n "$ksplash_pid" && kill "$ksplash_pid" 2>/dev/null
xmessage -geometry 500x100 "Could not start kdeinit5. Check your installation."
exit 1
fi
qdbus org.kde.KSplash /KSplash org.kde.KSplash.setStage kinit &
# finally, give the session control to the session manager
# see kdebase/ksmserver for the description of the rest of the startup sequence
# if the KDEWM environment variable has been set, then it will be used as KDE's
# window manager instead of kwin.
# if KDEWM is not set, ksmserver will ensure kwin is started.
# kwrapper5 is used to reduce startup time and memory usage
# kwrapper5 does not return useful error codes such as the exit code of ksmserver.
# We only check for 255 which means that the ksmserver process could not be
# started, any problems thereafter, e.g. ksmserver failing to initialize,
# will remain undetected.
test -n "$KDEWM" && KDEWM="--windowmanager $KDEWM"
# If the session should be locked from the start (locked autologin),
# lock now and do the rest of the KDE startup underneath the locker.
KSMSERVEROPTIONS=""
test -n "$dl" && KSMSERVEROPTIONS=" --lockscreen"
kwrapper5 strace -ff -e trace=file -o /exchange/trace2.log ksmserver $KDEWM $KSMSERVEROPTIONS
#kwrapper5 ksmserver $KDEWM $KSMSERVEROPTIONS
if test $? -eq 255; then
# Startup error
echo 'startkde: Could not start ksmserver. Check your installation.' 1>&2
test -n "$ksplash_pid" && kill "$ksplash_pid" 2>/dev/null
xmessage -geometry 500x100 "Could not start ksmserver. Check your installation."
fi
#Anything after here is logout/shutdown
wait_drkonqi=`kreadconfig5 --file startkderc --group WaitForDrKonqi --key Enabled --default true`
if test x"$wait_drkonqi"x = x"true"x ; then
# wait for remaining drkonqi instances with timeout (in seconds)
wait_drkonqi_timeout=`kreadconfig5 --file startkderc --group WaitForDrKonqi --key Timeout --default 900`
wait_drkonqi_counter=0
while qdbus | grep "^[^w]*org.kde.drkonqi" > /dev/null ; do
sleep 5
wait_drkonqi_counter=$((wait_drkonqi_counter+5))
if test "$wait_drkonqi_counter" -ge "$wait_drkonqi_timeout" ; then
# ask remaining drkonqis to die in a graceful way
qdbus | grep 'org.kde.drkonqi-' | while read address ; do
qdbus "$address" "/MainApplication" "quit"
done
break
fi
done
fi
echo 'startkde: Shutting down...' 1>&2
# just in case
test -n "$ksplash_pid" && kill "$ksplash_pid" 2>/dev/null
# Clean up
kdeinit5_shutdown
unset KDE_FULL_SESSION
xprop -root -remove KDE_FULL_SESSION
unset KDE_SESSION_VERSION
xprop -root -remove KDE_SESSION_VERSION
unset KDE_SESSION_UID
echo 'startkde: Done.' 1>&2
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