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Date:      Mon, 23 Jul 2007 01:36:32 -0700
From:      Garrett Cooper <>
To:        Andriy Babiy <>
Subject:   Re: xfce4 enable shutdown
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Andriy Babiy wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I'm experiencing a minor problem with xfce4 - can't enable
> reboot/shutdown options in the menu.
> I had the following lines in my sudoers file (I used the second one):
> 1)
> %groupname    ALL = NOPASSWD:/usr/local/libexec/xfsm-shutdown-helper
> 2)
> It worked just fine this morning. I upgraded some ports - all of them
> are up-to-date now; I tried either of the lines and both, but
> reboot/shutdown options are disabled. I am still able to reboot/shutdown
> from the console using:
> sudo shutdown -r (or -p) now
> But the menu options stay disabled.
> xfce documentation and google refer to the above mentioned lines. What
> can I do else to enable reboot/shutdown options?
> Thank you in advance!
> Andriy

    sudo had segfault issues that I believe were corrected today thanks 
to a few porter's hard work.
    Update your ports again and see if the issue still occurs for you.

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