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qwijibow 11-05-2003 12:49 PM

VERY annoying bug's / behavior !
 
hey guys and girls.

i have redhat 9 (2.4.20-8) defaulted to run-level 3.
with startx at the end of my bash_profile.

and
icewmbg &
exex icewm
in my .xinitrc.

there are 2 VERY annoying bugs i cant get out of linux,
it's always happende on every install.

the first is xlock the thing icewm uses to lock the screen.
it rejects both my user password and root password.

just telling me ive entered an invalid password, (when i have entered the correct pasword) meaning i have to hit the reset switch !!!!!

and secod of all, every now and then, X freeses or whatever and i need to re-start the X server.

so i hit ctrl-alt-del, im taken to a the command line interface (x is shut-down) as expected. then.. my homitor shuts down, my hard disks shut down, and the pc goes into sleep mode !!!

when my monotor is told to shut down, it dsiplays a nitice, "going to power saving mode"
if a accidently move the mouse or hut the keypad dureing this time, the pc comes back to life, but leaves the monitor OFF, i cannot get it back on, meaining i have to hit the RESET button...

this is driving me INSANE.....
and i can find o1 else suffering the same problem.

RolledOat 11-05-2003 01:06 PM

Don't know about xlock, however, why not CTRL=ALT-BACKSPACE instead of 'DEL'. That will just kill X.

Also,
You aren't locking the screen as a regular user, then trying to unlock as root are you. If you are, then

-/+allowroot Allows the root password to unlock the server as well as the user who started the xlock command.
from
http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/UserInfo/Re...mds6/xlock.htm

You may want to see what options are passed into xlock when started.
RO

LogicG8 11-05-2003 01:07 PM

to "zap" X it's ctrl-alt-backspace not del
ctrl-alt-del is the hotkey sequence to REBOOT your computer

I don't use xlock, so for that one I can't help you.

qwijibow 11-05-2003 01:14 PM

oops, yeah, i meant to say ctrl-alt-backspace... thats what i use, and thats what causing the sleep problem.

xlock.
i type xlock at console (regular user)

then i hit a key, trpy my regular user password, and it rejects it !


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