Description of problem: When killing kdm to work around bug #224260, resources
managed by pam_console such as /dev/dsp still belong to the previously logged
in console user.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Sporadically, see bug #224260.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Log off
2. Experience X server crash per bug #224260
3. Login via ssh and kill kdm
4. kdm restarts
5. Log in
Actual results: A message complains about the ownership on /dev/dsp, which
is still owned by the user who logged off in step #1 and not by the user who
logged in at the console in step #5.
Expected results: Correct ownership on /dev/dsp.
Additional info: In /var/log/messages I am seeing
Jan 23 10:51:07 camelot kdm: X server for display :0 terminated
Jan 23 10:51:07 camelot kdm: :0: pam_setcred(DELETE_CRED) for eisenturm
failed: System error
and I guess PID 2924 got killed and PID 2941 was respawned and encountered
problems with PAM.
I may have a related problem - added a comment to
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This does not happen with Fedora 8 on x86_64.
thanks for the update. CLOSING