Re: KDE logout/shutdown problem

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kwhiskerz kirjoitti viestissään (lähetysaika maanantai, 21. 
tammikuuta 2008):
> When I log out of a KDE session (not gnome, however), the
> logout process begins and the screen turns black (normal,
> before gdm runs), but then it just hangs there, with the mouse
> pointer still on the screen. I am not able to return to the
> hanging X session and the only way to get out of the hang is
> to type ctrl-alt-backspace. This does not get me to gdm,
> however, but to the command line login prompt. I have no
> choice but to log in and run shutdown -h now.

Instead of ctrl-alt-backspace, switch to a different virtual 
console with ctrl-alt-F1, login as root and run "gdm-restart".

When the logout hangs, "ps" shows some kde process hanging around 
as a zombie. This should be reported in Bugzilla.

 Markku Kolkka
 [email protected]

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