Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 466438
issues on getting logged in.
Last modified: 2009-12-18 01:32:51 EST
Created attachment 319991 [details]
Description of problem:
When booting into runlevel 3 and I get to the login
I type my username in the login field but it does not get shown.
yet the keyboard is working as in I type my username which I dont
see and I type the password and successfully log in.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot into runlevel 3
2. Type your username
I dont see my username as I type it on the screen
See my username as I type it on the screen.
Created attachment 319994 [details]
Created attachment 319995 [details]
Created attachment 319997 [details]
This has nothing to do with KMS I added nomodeset still happens
If I type in the wrong username as in "have failed logins"
it starts show the username that is being typed after x failed attemps.
After I login when I don't see me type in the username
I do see text I type in the shell after
so this just happens when I type my username in the login field
console is none of Xorg business, reassigning to kernel folks.
Still an issue on an Fresh F10preview installation
Moving it up a notch in priority F10 is right around the corner.
To clear things up this has to do with the first time
a user logs in on a console. ( Seen in runlevel 3 seems ok in runlevel 2 on tty2 )
He types in his username and it does not get displayed on the screen
and then the password: field moves to the site of the login: field
so it looks like this..
localhost login: Password:
This only happens on the first try as in it fixes itself after you
login successfully once then type exit and try or after you have failed once
and your asked again.
s/runlevel 2/runlevel 5
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 10 development cycle.
Changing version to '10'.
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