Description of problem:
When clicking "Lock Screen" or using the shortcut of "Ctl-Alt-L" the user is immediately logged out instead of locking the screen as expected
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 11.92 (Fedora 12 Alpha)
Log into gnome as regular non-privileged user. Lock the screen.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Log into gnome desktop as non-privileged user.
2.Lock screen either through shortcut (mentioned above) or through system menu
User is logged out
The user's session is locked and screen saver activated or returned to login screen showing that the user is still active.
Works fine here. Is this reproducible ? Is gnome-screensaver running in your session ?
I do have gnome-screensaver running. this problem still exists. Please note that I have tried this when upgrading from fedora11 stable to fedora 12 alpha and doing a straight fedora 12 alpha install. Not sure where any additional debugging information is captured to provide you with more details. I have reproduced this on 3 machines now. 2 upgraded from f11 and 1 new install. I have also tried to use the system->lock screen action item to no avail.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 12 development cycle.
Changing version to '12'.
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Do you still see this issue? Now it (ctrl-alt-L locks screen) works
well on my several F12.
Any news? If not, can we close this bug?
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