Is there need to autostart restricted-manager?

Asked by Nanley Chery on 2007-09-26

Does restricted-manager need to stay in the sessions list after the first boot?
Common sense would have it that rm checks and installs restricted components and is done with it's job.]
Is that wrong? If so, is it because:
rm reinstalls restricted components after kernel upgrades?
rm makes the restricted component work smoothly?

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2007-10-02
Igor Guerrero (igorgue) said : #1

Yes... bacause you could change your software and in that case maybe restricted-manager is useful.

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