Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 711733
F15 does not lock screen for suspend/hibernate
Last modified: 2011-09-04 20:29:51 EDT
This is for F15 GNOME3 Desktop, installed from liveCD, on a Thinkpad X61s.
1. Suspend system using suspend key, or by closing lid
2. System enters S3.
3. Open lid, or press suspend/resume key.
4. System resumes, but the desktop is accessible to whoever resumes the system.
Resuming to a locked screen is the expected behaviour.
I can confirm this bug. Even though in system settings i do have "screen lock" "on" with "after screen is off" setting, system is accessible after waking up from suspend. And i think this bug "deserves" to be marked as high level security bug and not medium. After all default DE for F15 is Gnome 3 that promotes suspending out of the box instead of shutting down. So this makes it major security issue.
This package has changed ownership in the Fedora Package Database. Reassigning to the new owner of this component.
How strange. I'm seeing this bug on a Dell Vostro 3500 laptop, but not on a Thinkpad T43 or on a Dell Inspiron 530 desktop. All three computers are set to lock the screen according to the gnome preferences. gnome-power-manager's dconf keys are not set to ignore the session settings.
Is this a duplicate of bug 698135? That bug is fixed now.
I can confirm this bug being fixed. Although with latest update keyboard backlight stoped working :(.
Why this bug is still marked as new? Can Nick confirm if this still a issue in his case, and if not, please close this one.
Can anyone please close this one already. This bug is fixed.
Thanks for testing. Closing bug.