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Old 01-30-2002, 08:55 AM   #1
Golem
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Angry ESD Not Dying At Gnome Logout


I seem to be having a problem with ESD not ending when a user logs out of Gnome. This results in the next user logging in not having access to the ESD service as it is locked by the previous session. I have searched google and seen the problem reported several times but there does not appear to be a solution offered.

I can log in a root and kill the ESD daemon, but obviously I don't want the other user to have access to root to be able to do this.

Does anyone know of a fix for this or is there a way I can get Gnome to issue the kill command for ESD during the logoff process?

System Specs
Red Hat 7.2
P3-600
256 Meg RAM
10 Gig HDD
TNT2 Ultra 32 meg video
SB Live Soundcard
CD & CD-RW

Thanks,
Mike

Last edited by Golem; 01-30-2002 at 01:25 PM.
 
  


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