Kevin Kofler wrote: > Erik Hemdal <ehemdal <at> townisp.com> writes: >> This will happen if you are logged in as root. When the screensaver >> runs as user root, it acts as though no one is logged on and that the >> screen therefore should not be locked. > > Huh? That's horribly broken. KDE's kscreensaver can lock the screen for root > just fine. This subject has been hashed over recently. Troll the archives. -- Every silver lining has a cloud around it.