Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 799671
Switching users stops working (Oh no! screen)
Last modified: 2013-02-13 17:03:23 EST
Created attachment 567366 [details]
Description of problem:
Usually switching users works. After some time, something causes gdm to stop loading properly and one can no longer switch users. If you log every one out, you can't log back in, either.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Usually happens within a day or two of system use.
Steps to Reproduce:
No exact steps to reproduce, but eventually normal behavior of logging in, logging out, switching users will cause it to happen. This system has 2-3 users which may log in to it.
Will attach gdm log which appears to have potentially useful information. Am running in fallback mode as my ATI card doesn't seem to fully initialize properly (that's for another bug report).
Something interesting: Once this happens, if you log everyone out, you can get one other person to log in again, but you can't use the user-switcher to log in a 2nd person at the same time.
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