Does not report activity to systemd-logind

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According to the manual,

Also, xss-lock manages the idle hint on the login session. The idle state of the session is directly linked to user activity as reported by X (except when the noti‐fier runs before locking the screen). When all sessions are idle, the login manager can take action (such as suspending the system) after a preconfigured delay.

Also at the bottom,

SEE ALSO

xset(1), systemd-logind.service(8)

So I think this is supposed to interface with the IdleAction and IdleActionSec in /etc/systemd/logind.conf.

However, it just doesn't work. The action defined in logind.conf is always taken after the timeout. xss lock does not report activity at all. It has been a while since the last update; perhaps something about logind changed?

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