[Bug 17669] GDM init script has weird line (breaks it for me)

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------- Additional Comments From mdz at ubuntu.com  2005-10-13 02:38 UTC -------
(In reply to comment #0)
> stop)
>         log_begin_msg "Stopping GNOME Display Manager..."
>         start-stop-daemon --stop  --quiet --pidfile $PIDFILE --name gdm $SSD_ARG
> --retry 30 >/dev/null 2>&1 || \
>                 log_success_msg "GNOME Display Manager not running"
>         log_end_msg 0
> Notice that $SSD_ARG is being used there. It actually seems to break my GDM from
> being able to stop on one of my systems. Not sure why but it does. Don't think
> it's neccassary anyway.

Can you explain what the problem is?  The presence of $SSD_ARG on that line is
intentional and not a bug.

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