Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 72503
Using KUSR to change PW trashes other PW's!
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:38:03 EDT
Description of Problem: On my desktop computer, if I login to Limbo as root,
then go to the KDE control panel, KUSR utility, and change a user's password,
THAT user's password is successfully changed. All other passwords are TRASHED,
including root. (When I repeated this on my laptop as a test, it also trashed
the sound support until the system is rebooted.)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): limbo (7.3.93)
and the KDE supplied therewith.
How Reproducible: Seems to be every time, although since it requires re-
installing the entire OS, I have only tried twice (on 2 different computers)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot limbo (7.3.93)
2. log in as root, using KDE desktop
3. use KUSR on the Konsole to change a user's password
4. try to log in as anyone OTHER than the changed user.
Actual Results: Subsequent logins fail for everyone, (including root), except
the user whose password was changed.
Expected Results: not that!
BTW, I am downloading the 'null' beta now; I will retest in 48 hours or so, or
when the download completes, whichever comes last.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 68879 ***