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Description of problem:
When xscreensaver is set to lock, a screensaver is activated, and then either
the keyboard or mouse is disturbed (bringing up the unlock dialog window), the
following text appears at the top of the window:
Red Hat Linux release 7.3.93 (Limbo)
e it is implemented inline in the code.
The first line seems reasonable; the second line does not. :-)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Configure xscreensaver to lock display
2.Either through inactivity or the use of xscreensaver-command, activate a
3.Move the mouse, or press a key.
4.Note the extraneous text on the unlock window.
Actual Results: Unexpected text is displayed.
Expected Results: The unexpected text should not be displayed.
(I'm marking this normal priority even though it doesn't impact functionality,
as it is in a very obvious place.
After all, if a beautiful woman has a wart on the end of her nose, wouldn't she
consider it more important than one on her foot? :-)
Yeah, this is a silly bug in our customization patch.
Will be fixed in 4.05-4.