I issued the command "strings /usr/bin/netbook-launcher, and found the following embedded in the binary:
gnome-session-save --kill --gui
Trying to run this command manually, I got the following error:
(gnome-session-save:3503): WARNING **: Failed to call logout: The name org.gnome.SessionManager was not provided by any .service files
Issuing this command on a full Foresight install works as expected; however, there's no .service file in /usr/share/dbus-1/ that references org.gnome.SessionManager, so I'm not sure how the full Foresight install works (not to mention what needs to happen to the Mobile Edition bits to make it work).
Any suggestions? As far as I'm concerned this would be the last show-stopper for releasing an updated version Mobile Edition. All the other things I've found were either cosmetic, or had workarounds.
Once you fix this, I'd say the new version of mobile edition is ready to go – so let's do it!
I just upgraded to group-ultra-mobile 2.0-3-1 (after first removing the gnome-shutdown I installed manually), and gnome-shutdown was installed (and works fine)...
Downloading the ISO now; will give it a shot tomorrow night, if possible...