Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 460354
Unresponsive At ScreenSaver Login
Last modified: 2015-01-14 18:21:48 EST
Description of problem:
My system is unresponsive.If i was to leave my computer one for one day and to have a two program running like say transmission and the linux version of dc++,
so now im trying to log in from the screen saver nothing happens, i cant move the mouse, i cant type in anything,and also when i try to press ctrl alt and backspace nothing happens normally it would restart everything but it doesnt. and if i try to ctrl alt and f1 noting also happen.so the only option i have now is to press and hold the power button to shut it down.
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This problem is very reproducible. just leaving the system on for a day without
any programs running.it will become VERY unresponsive trying to login from the locked screen saver.and if its not responsive right away trying to login...it will definetly unresponsive after i load up transmission and DC++ or anyother program i have.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.leave the system on for a day with only transmission and DC++ (or without any running)
2.login at the password enabled screen saver(and if its not responsive at login it will be unresponsive after loading programs)(transmission and DC++ in my case)
3.now by then it is so unresponsive that the only option i have is to press and hold the power button to reboot..and after that it will work just find again unless i leave it on again for a day or two.
shutdown by press and holding the power button
Back to normall operation after reboot
my computer is a hp dv9000 with 2GB of ram intel core duo @ 1.66Ghz and 250GB HDD--all nessasary and required updates are installed.
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