Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 112370
Keyboard Timedout in login screen before even started another session
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:34 EST
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Description of problem:
I start with X-term (GNOME) enviroment.
Sometimes i want to give commands on the command line (after a while).
So i go to a terminal window (other session) alt-ctrl-F1
And i see on the screen after the loginprompt: [keyboard timedout].
With shutting down the system i see it also when the computer is
going to textscreen.
It's just like the keyboard timers at the sessions i don't use and
where i'm not logged in, are just running. SO if i swith to 1 of them
i get that timeout error.-
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.wait - install the latest rpm's in a text-window in gnome
Actual Results: login:[keyboard timedout]
Expected Results: just a login prompt --> login:
I also see with starting up the next message:
Starting Console Mouse services [keyboard timeout]
And with shutting down:
Shutting down mouse services ---> failed.
But the mouse did work correctly.
I use a wheelmouse.
Also at shutting down i get
Shutting down spamd ---> failed
At the session it takes several minutes to change user with -->
redhat --> logout
screen stays and nothing happens, and after a while i get a login screen
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