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Description of problem:
When unlocking, I will enter my password and certain characters will
execute a delete (in my case the number 8).
For example, if password was "fake8pass", this is what the
input/output would look like:
enter fake and the password window shows ****
enter 8 and the password window shows ***
So, I can never unlock the screen.
If I use ctrl-alt-f1 to get a command prompt and kill xscreensaver I
get X back, but the majority of keys on my keyboard do not work.
(ctrl-alt-backspace does thankfully)
This does not happen every time my screen locks and is sometimes, but
not always, accompanied by GLX or "grew in size" errors (Don't have
the exact error text available, sorry)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Let Xscreensaver timeout and lock.
2. Attempt to enter password.
3. If bug is happening, certain characters will delete previously
4. Hit Enter, unlock attempt fails and unlock window redisplays.
Actual Results: The unlock window is redisplayed.
Expected Results: Should have been able to unlock the screen
successfully with the correct password.
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is either no longer present in our current OS release, or
that there is no longer any interest in tracking the problem.
Setting status to CANTFIX, however if you still
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