Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 504323
vnc+xinetd 2 boxes of gdmgreeter when I connect - bug?
Last modified: 2009-12-18 04:32:34 EST
Description of problem:
When I connect to VNC via xinetd in resolution 800*600*16 I get 2 gdmgreeter boxes in screen of client! in fact, if I move one box I can see the other below the top box.
If I enter with a user in any of the 2 gdmgreeter boxes, I can see that the remanent box still are in the graphical session!
If I enter with other user in this box, 2 desktop I have one on top of other! and I can not out from the sessions.
I never seen some like that!
In fact in others resolutions like 640*480*16 I do not have problems of any kind!
The client is a svncviewer and runs nice in centOS 4 and 5 and old fedoras cores like 5 or 6.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
the stable version of the package vnc-ltsp-config for fedora10
Steps to Reproduce:
1.install vnc-ltsp-config, enable xdmc ([xdmcp] > Enable=true] in /etc/gdm/custom.conf, restart xinetd
2.connect with svncviewer > svncviewer [ip]:1
3.see the 2 boxes
Funky, only happends at 800x600 eh?
Tried testing other resolutions, like 1024x768 ?
I had try in 640*480 and runs fine!
Had understood what is the problem? Can I atach a image file? a link? is the first time I report some here
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