Ed Greshko wrote:
Kevin Kofler wrote:
Erik Hemdal <ehemdal <at> townisp.com> writes:
Huh? That's horribly broken. KDE's kscreensaver can lock the screen for root
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.
Occurring as regular user here, too.
Or, at least, the screensaver does not begin and lock screen if I just
walk away from the machine.
If I manually lock the session by choosing this option from KMenu or
right click on the desktop,
it is now functioning. I couple of days ago, it was not.
No idea what changed that.
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