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I've just installed Mandrake 9.1 on a Dell Inspiron 4100 laptop. Truly amazing, everything works: wireless, 1394, etc.
Well, almost everything.
Only snag is that, when I logout of a user account, the screen goes dark and the system doesn't respond to user input. What I'd really like to do is of course return to the login screen after logging out.
I've only tried it with Gnome. I'm not sure that this matters.
I suspect that it's going into standby when I close the X session, and that restore isn't working. Where is this setting, and (even better) what's the real underlying problem here?
lmao lol haha, yea i got that too. i just had it when i went to reboot into windows, i logout and a black screen haha lol. u just have to wait. it takes awhile, mabe 2 minutes untill it respondes lol. sometimes mabe more. i think it has to do with shuting down programs. hmmmmm or some script just takes forever to run at normal speeds to trigger a complete logout. ready to shut down programs or something. not cool