I have recently upgraded from Redhat 6.0 to 6.1 on two
machines, and have noticed that the logout dialog box
in Gnome now seems to be unavoidable. I've tried
unclicking the "Prompt on logout" button in the
"Startup Programs" window of the Gnome Control Center,
but it doesn't seem to work.
I have verified this to be a problem on a 6.1 machine in the lab. I am assigning
this to a developer for further review.
This appears to have been fixed subsequent to the release
of 6.1. (There was an extra character in the code that
retrieved the config option.) We should be releasing updated
RPM's of "October GNOME" soon that will include this fix.
Installing the October GNOME RPM's from ftp.gnome.org would
also fix this problem, though they may not integrate perfectly
with Red Hat 6.1 in all areas.