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Description of problem:
Whenever I select "Lock Screen" from the Gnome menu or manually execute
"xscreensaver-command -lock", I get an error message saying:
xscreensaver-command: already locked.
I am unable to reproduce this error because I have not figured out what I did to
cause it (I've locked this workstation about eight times today). The X session
on this box is about 11 days old.
I will be attaching an strace output of the xscreensaver-command _and_ an strace
output of the xscreensaver process itself.
The inability to lock the screen could potentially be a security risk if the
lock cannot be enabled after the idle period that is configured.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. see description
Actual Results: xscreensaver-command: already locked.
Expected Results: Screen should have locked normally.
$ rpm -q xscreensaver
I saw that the revision in the 4.06-4 Raw Hide package was negligible and should
have no effect on this phenomenon.
Created attachment 87584 [details]
Created attachment 87585 [details]
strace output of the actual xscreensaver process
I'm assuming that this bug has disappeared off the charts (as I have not been
able to reproduce it again) with 4.10.
OK. We've never been able to reproduce it here period.
I have xscreensaver-4.07-2 and the problem described above persists
for 5 workstations with the same configuration.
I have found this problem to be reproducible at xscreensaver-4.07-2
with the following sequence:
1. Disable xscreensaver
2. ATTEMPT to lock screen, either by "xscreensaver-command -lock"
or "Lock Screen" from the menu. (Will FAIL)
3. Enable xscreensaver
-- you will now be unable to lock the screen --
-- this appears to be a bug in xscreensaver-4.07-2 --
To fix, run "xscreensaver-command -restart". There does not appear
to be any way to do this from the menu.