Xscreensaver activated with switching back to original user

Nio Wiklund nio.wiklund at gmail.com
Sat Apr 20 17:40:24 UTC 2013

On 2013-04-20 18:24, Aere Greenway wrote:
> On 04/20/2013 09:43 AM, Lars Noodén wrote:
>> When I switch users and then log out of the second user I get the login
>> screen, as expected.  Then when I enter the login credentials for the
>> first user, the next thing I am greeted with is Xscreensaver's login.
>> So I actually need to log in twice, in two different ways, to get back
>> to the original session.  I would expect that the login screen should
>> get me fully back to my original desktop without needing to enter the
>> password a second time at the Xscreensaver.
>> This happens even if I am only out of the original user's desktop for a
>> few seconds.
>> /Lars
> I have experienced this same behavior, but from a different set of
> actions to trigger it.
> On my machine, I have 5 partitions, which I boot at different times.
> One of them is my primary system, which Lubuntu, which I am using to
> send this e-mail.  This (Lubuntu) partition uses XScreensaver.
> Whenever I boot any of the other partitions, the next time I log-in on
> the Lubuntu system, just after logging-in, XScreensaver immediately
> starts running, and I have to re-enter my password on it, before I can
> do anything on my system.
This is what I experience too, Aere.

Repetition is good for learning ;-) but this double login is just too much.

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