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;;; GNU Guix --- Functional package management for GNU
;;; Copyright © 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 Ludovic Courtès <ludo@gnu.org>
;;; Copyright © 2015 Sou Bunnbu <iyzsong@gmail.com>
;;; This file is part of GNU Guix.
;;; GNU Guix is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
;;; under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;;; the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at
;;; your option) any later version.
;;; GNU Guix is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
;;; WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;;; along with GNU Guix. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
(define-module (gnu services xorg)
#:use-module (gnu artwork)
#:use-module (gnu services)
#:use-module (gnu services shepherd)
#:use-module (gnu system pam)
#:use-module ((gnu packages base) #:select (canonical-package))
#:use-module (gnu packages guile)
#:use-module (gnu packages xorg)
#:use-module (gnu packages gl)
#:use-module (gnu packages slim)
#:use-module (gnu packages gnustep)
#:use-module (gnu packages admin)
#:use-module (gnu packages bash)
#:use-module (guix gexp)
#:use-module (guix store)
#:use-module (guix packages)
#:use-module (guix derivations)
#:use-module (guix records)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-1)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-9)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-26)
#:use-module (ice-9 match)
#:export (xorg-configuration-file
;;; Commentary:
;;; Services that relate to the X Window System.
;;; Code:
(define* (xorg-configuration-file #:key (drivers '()) (resolutions '())
(extra-config '()))
"Return a configuration file for the Xorg server containing search paths for
all the common drivers.
@var{drivers} must be either the empty list, in which case Xorg chooses a
graphics driver automatically, or a list of driver names that will be tried in
this order---e.g., @code{(\"modesetting\" \"vesa\")}.
Likewise, when @var{resolutions} is the empty list, Xorg chooses an
appropriate screen resolution; otherwise, it must be a list of
resolutions---e.g., @code{((1024 768) (640 480))}.
Last, @var{extra-config} is a list of strings or objects appended to the
@code{mixed-text-file} argument list. It is used to pass extra text to be
added verbatim to the configuration file."
(define (device-section driver)
(string-append "
Section \"Device\"
Identifier \"device-" driver "\"
Driver \"" driver "\"
(define (screen-section driver resolutions)
(string-append "
Section \"Screen\"
Identifier \"screen-" driver "\"
Device \"device-" driver "\"
SubSection \"Display\"
Modes "
(string-join (map (match-lambda
((x y)
(string-append "\"" (number->string x)
"x" (number->string y) "\"")))
resolutions)) "
(apply mixed-text-file "xserver.conf" "
Section \"Files\"
FontPath \"" font-alias "/share/fonts/X11/75dpi\"
FontPath \"" font-alias "/share/fonts/X11/100dpi\"
FontPath \"" font-alias "/share/fonts/X11/misc\"
FontPath \"" font-alias "/share/fonts/X11/cyrillic\"
FontPath \"" font-adobe75dpi "/share/fonts/X11/75dpi\"
ModulePath \"" xf86-video-vesa "/lib/xorg/modules/drivers\"
ModulePath \"" xf86-video-fbdev "/lib/xorg/modules/drivers\"
ModulePath \"" xf86-video-modesetting "/lib/xorg/modules/drivers\"
ModulePath \"" xf86-video-cirrus "/lib/xorg/modules/drivers\"
ModulePath \"" xf86-video-intel "/lib/xorg/modules/drivers\"
ModulePath \"" xf86-video-mach64 "/lib/xorg/modules/drivers\"
ModulePath \"" xf86-video-nouveau "/lib/xorg/modules/drivers\"
ModulePath \"" xf86-video-nv "/lib/xorg/modules/drivers\"
ModulePath \"" xf86-video-sis "/lib/xorg/modules/drivers\"
# Libinput is the new thing and is recommended over evdev/synaptics
# by those who know:
# <http://who-t.blogspot.fr/2015/01/xf86-input-libinput-compatibility-with.html>.
ModulePath \"" xf86-input-libinput "/lib/xorg/modules/input\"
ModulePath \"" xf86-input-evdev "/lib/xorg/modules/input\"
ModulePath \"" xf86-input-keyboard "/lib/xorg/modules/input\"
ModulePath \"" xf86-input-mouse "/lib/xorg/modules/input\"
ModulePath \"" xf86-input-synaptics "/lib/xorg/modules/input\"
ModulePath \"" xorg-server "/lib/xorg/modules\"
ModulePath \"" xorg-server "/lib/xorg/modules/extensions\"
ModulePath \"" xorg-server "/lib/xorg/modules/multimedia\"
Section \"ServerFlags\"
Option \"AllowMouseOpenFail\" \"on\"
(string-join (map device-section drivers) "\n") "\n"
(string-join (map (cut screen-section <> resolutions)
(define %default-xorg-modules
(list xf86-video-vesa
(define (xorg-configuration-directory modules)
"Return a directory that contains the @code{.conf} files for X.org that
includes the @code{share/X11/xorg.conf.d} directories of each package listed
in @var{modules}."
(computed-file "xorg.conf.d"
(use-modules (guix build utils)
(srfi srfi-1))
(define files
(append-map (lambda (module)
(find-files (string-append
(list #$@modules)))
(mkdir #$output)
(for-each (lambda (file)
(symlink file
(string-append #$output "/"
(basename file))))
#:modules '((guix build utils))))
(define* (xorg-start-command #:key
(guile (canonical-package guile-2.0))
(configuration-file (xorg-configuration-file))
(modules %default-xorg-modules)
(xorg-server xorg-server))
"Return a derivation that builds a @var{guile} script to start the X server
from @var{xorg-server}. @var{configuration-file} is the server configuration
file or a derivation that builds it; when omitted, the result of
@code{xorg-configuration-file} is used.
Usually the X server is started by a login manager."
(define exp
;; Write a small wrapper around the X server.
(setenv "XORG_DRI_DRIVER_PATH" (string-append #$mesa "/lib/dri"))
(setenv "XKB_BINDIR" (string-append #$xkbcomp "/bin"))
(apply execl (string-append #$xorg-server "/bin/X")
(string-append #$xorg-server "/bin/X") ;argv[0]
"-logverbose" "-verbose"
"-xkbdir" (string-append #$xkeyboard-config "/share/X11/xkb")
"-config" #$configuration-file
"-configdir" #$(xorg-configuration-directory modules)
"-nolisten" "tcp" "-terminate"
;; Note: SLiM and other display managers add the
;; '-auth' flag by themselves.
(cdr (command-line)))))
(program-file "start-xorg" exp))
(define* (xinitrc #:key
(guile (canonical-package guile-2.0))
"Return a system-wide xinitrc script that starts the specified X session,
which should be passed to this script as the first argument. If not, the
@var{fallback-session} will be used."
(define builder
(use-modules (ice-9 match))
(define (close-all-fdes)
;; Close all the open file descriptors except 0 to 2.
(let loop ((fd 3))
(when (< fd 4096) ;FIXME: use sysconf + _SC_OPEN_MAX
(false-if-exception (close-fdes fd))
(loop (+ 1 fd)))))
(define (exec-from-login-shell command . args)
;; Run COMMAND from a login shell so that it gets to see the same
;; environment variables that one gets when logging in on a tty, for
;; instance.
(let* ((pw (getpw (getuid)))
(shell (passwd:shell pw)))
;; Close any open file descriptors. This is all the more
;; important that SLiM itself exec's us directly without closing
;; its own file descriptors!
;; The '--login' option is supported at least by Bash and zsh.
(execl shell shell "--login" "-c"
(string-join (cons command args)))))
(let* ((home (getenv "HOME"))
(xsession-file (string-append home "/.xsession"))
(session (match (command-line)
((_) (list #$fallback-session))
((_ x ..1) x))))
(if (file-exists? xsession-file)
;; Run ~/.xsession when it exists.
(apply exec-from-login-shell xsession-file session)
;; Otherwise, start the specified session.
(apply exec-from-login-shell session)))))
(program-file "xinitrc" builder))
;;; SLiM log-in manager.
(define %default-slim-theme
;; Theme based on work by Felipe López.
#~(string-append #$%artwork-repository "/slim"))
(define %default-slim-theme-name
;; This must be the name of the sub-directory in %DEFAULT-SLIM-THEME that
;; contains the actual theme files.
(define-record-type* <slim-configuration>
slim-configuration make-slim-configuration
(slim slim-configuration-slim
(default slim))
(allow-empty-passwords? slim-configuration-allow-empty-passwords?)
(auto-login? slim-configuration-auto-login?)
(default-user slim-configuration-default-user)
(theme slim-configuration-theme)
(theme-name slim-configuration-theme-name)
(xauth slim-configuration-xauth
(default xauth))
(shepherd slim-configuration-shepherd
(default shepherd))
(bash slim-configuration-bash
(default bash))
(auto-login-session slim-configuration-auto-login-session)
(startx slim-configuration-startx))
(define (slim-pam-service config)
"Return a PAM service for @command{slim}."
(list (unix-pam-service
(slim-configuration-allow-empty-passwords? config))))
(define (slim-shepherd-service config)
(define slim.cfg
(let ((xinitrc (xinitrc #:fallback-session
(slim-configuration-auto-login-session config)))
(slim (slim-configuration-slim config))
(xauth (slim-configuration-xauth config))
(startx (slim-configuration-startx config))
(shepherd (slim-configuration-shepherd config))
(theme-name (slim-configuration-theme-name config)))
(mixed-text-file "slim.cfg" "
default_path /run/current-system/profile/bin
default_xserver " startx "
xserver_arguments :0 vt7
xauth_path " xauth "/bin/xauth
authfile /var/run/slim.auth
# The login command. '%session' is replaced by the chosen session name, one
# of the names specified in the 'sessions' setting: 'wmaker', 'xfce', etc.
login_cmd exec " xinitrc " %session
sessiondir /run/current-system/profile/share/xsessions
session_msg session (F1 to change):
halt_cmd " shepherd "/sbin/halt
reboot_cmd " shepherd "/sbin/reboot\n"
(if (slim-configuration-auto-login? config)
(string-append "auto_login yes\ndefault_user "
(slim-configuration-default-user config) "\n")
(if theme-name
(string-append "current_theme " theme-name "\n")
(define theme
(slim-configuration-theme config))
(list (shepherd-service
(documentation "Xorg display server")
(provision '(xorg-server))
(requirement '(user-processes host-name udev))
#~(lambda ()
;; A stale lock file can prevent SLiM from starting, so remove it to
;; be on the safe side.
(false-if-exception (delete-file "/var/run/slim.lock"))
(list (string-append #$slim "/bin/slim") "-nodaemon")
(list (string-append "SLIM_CFGFILE=" #$slim.cfg)
#$@(if theme
(list #~(string-append "SLIM_THEMESDIR=" #$theme))
(stop #~(make-kill-destructor))
(respawn? #t))))
(define slim-service-type
(service-type (name 'slim)
(list (service-extension shepherd-root-service-type
(service-extension pam-root-service-type
;; Unconditionally add xterm to the system profile, to
;; avoid bad surprises.
(service-extension profile-service-type
(const (list xterm)))))))
(define* (slim-service #:key (slim slim)
(allow-empty-passwords? #t) auto-login?
(default-user "")
(theme %default-slim-theme)
(theme-name %default-slim-theme-name)
(xauth xauth) (shepherd shepherd) (bash bash)
(auto-login-session #~(string-append #$windowmaker
(startx (xorg-start-command)))
"Return a service that spawns the SLiM graphical login manager, which in
turn starts the X display server with @var{startx}, a command as returned by
@cindex X session
SLiM automatically looks for session types described by the @file{.desktop}
files in @file{/run/current-system/profile/share/xsessions} and allows users
to choose a session from the log-in screen using @kbd{F1}. Packages such as
@var{xfce}, @var{sawfish}, and @var{ratpoison} provide @file{.desktop} files;
adding them to the system-wide set of packages automatically makes them
available at the log-in screen.
In addition, @file{~/.xsession} files are honored. When available,
@file{~/.xsession} must be an executable that starts a window manager
and/or other X clients.
When @var{allow-empty-passwords?} is true, allow logins with an empty
password. When @var{auto-login?} is true, log in automatically as
@var{default-user} with @var{auto-login-session}.
If @var{theme} is @code{#f}, the use the default log-in theme; otherwise
@var{theme} must be a gexp denoting the name of a directory containing the
theme to use. In that case, @var{theme-name} specifies the name of the
(service slim-service-type
(slim slim)
(allow-empty-passwords? allow-empty-passwords?)
(auto-login? auto-login?) (default-user default-user)
(theme theme) (theme-name theme-name)
(xauth xauth) (shepherd shepherd) (bash bash)
(auto-login-session auto-login-session)
(startx startx))))
;;; Screen lockers & co.
(define-record-type <screen-locker>
(screen-locker name program empty?)
(name screen-locker-name) ;string
(program screen-locker-program) ;gexp
(empty? screen-locker-allows-empty-passwords?)) ;Boolean
(define screen-locker-pam-services
(($ <screen-locker> name _ empty?)
(list (unix-pam-service name
#:allow-empty-passwords? empty?)))))
(define screen-locker-setuid-programs
(compose list screen-locker-program))
(define screen-locker-service-type
(service-type (name 'screen-locker)
(list (service-extension pam-root-service-type
(service-extension setuid-program-service-type
(define* (screen-locker-service package
(program (package-name package))
#:key allow-empty-passwords?)
"Add @var{package}, a package for a screen-locker or screen-saver whose
command is @var{program}, to the set of setuid programs and add a PAM entry
for it. For example:
(screen-locker-service xlockmore \"xlock\")
@end lisp
makes the good ol' XlockMore usable."
(service screen-locker-service-type
(screen-locker program
#~(string-append #$package
#$(string-append "/bin/" program))
;;; xorg.scm ends here