kdesktop_lock not accepting password

kdesktop_lock not accepting password

Post by P.J » Thu, 15 Aug 2002 20:51:26


I'm running a SuSE 8.0 with the latest updates for KDE (Version 3.0.2).
After the last update I have problems with the kdesktop_lock application,
either if started by the screensaver of if started by pressing alt-ctrl-l.

When I try to unlock the desktop, my password is not recognized. I'm quite sure
I didn't misspell it. Of course I can switch to a console and kill the
kdesktop_lock application but this kills my X server in about every fifth time
I do that.

Anybody got any ideas?



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