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Old 08-18-2008, 03:22 PM   #1
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kubuntu kde4.1 login screen issue

When I boot up kubuntu I'm greeted with a nice login screen that has an option 'button' located near the bottom of the screen. I can login with no problems but when I log out the login screen appears to be resized and the session options button is no longer visible.

I can still login without a problem but if I want to use a different session I have to ctl-alt-bksp and restart X. Restarting X doesn't always fix the login screen and I have to restart the system.

I've never seen X behave this way before and have no idea what's going on, much less how to fix it. Any suggestions would be welcome.

Using nvidia 6200, dual monitor setup, kde4.1.
Old 08-19-2008, 12:01 AM   #2
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I turned off "use theme login" in the login manager and that fixed the buttons disappearing act. The login screen is now ugly by comparison but oh well, it works.


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