Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 531176
gnome-screensaver does not show unlock screen after 2nd resume from sleep
Last modified: 2015-01-14 18:23:53 EST
Description of problem:
gnome-screensaver does not show unlock screen after 2nd resume from sleep.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Suspend laptop (Lenovo X61) using either Fn-F4 or closing lid.
2. Press Fn or open lid to wake.
3. Do it a second time.
After the 2nd resume from sleep, the screen remains blank, while the LCD is actually backlit. I can type my password, and navigate blindly to restart my computer via (Gnome) Alt-F1, right, right, up, enter, Alt-R.
gnome-screensaver should display unlock screen and work correctly.
As said, when this happens I can blindly do a restart (or even shutdown). I can still access the computer through SSH. No errors in .xsession-errors, Xorg.0.log, messages, etc.
After this happens, multiple sleep-wake cycles still results in blank backlit screen.
Confirmed that it is gnome-screensaver by killing the process before doing multiple sleep-wake cycles. Works as expected without any unlock dialog. Desktop resumes as normal.
Created attachment 366838 [details]
debug log of gnome-screensaver during first sleep-wake
The screensaver.log is the debug log for the first sleep-wake cycle on my X61.
Created attachment 366841 [details]
debug log of gnome-screensaver during second sleep-wake
The screensaver2.log is the debug log for the second sleep-wake cycle on my X61. I don't know if these are helpful, but they're the only additional information I could think of giving. Don't really know how to read these.
Basically just did the following:
1. gnome-screensaver --no-daemon --debug > screensaver.log 2>&1
2. Sleep my Lenovo X61
3. Wake it
4. Ctrl-C the running gnome-screensaver.
5. gnome-screensaver --no-daemon --debug > screensaver2.log 2>&1
6. Sleep my Lenovo X61 again
7. Wake it again
8. No unlock screen displayed. Blindly just typed my password and blindly restarted my X61.
Just wanted to say I no longer encounter this with the update to gnome-screensaver-2.28.0-6.fc12.
Seems to be fixed.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 12 development cycle.
Changing version to '12'.
More information and reason for this action is here:
Based on Comment #3, can we close this bug?
Dexter said "Seems to be fixed."