[Lubuntu-qa] Lubuntu 14.04: live cd/dvd asking for password after screen coming from standby

brendanperrine@gmail.com walterorlin at gmail.com
Tue Apr 1 04:15:21 UTC 2014

I filed this bug agianst light lokcer originally but got moved to lubuntu
defualt settings. So it might want to confirm this for lubuntu defualt
It got fixed in Xubuntu by changing the .desktop file to not automatically
start in the live seisson.

Also I know sudo works with no password in the live seisson. I might want
to test xfburn burns iso images from trusty when making live cd.

On Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 7:03 PM, Aere Greenway <Aere at dvorak-keyboards.com>wrote:

> On 03/31/2014 05:21 PM, Iberê Fernandes wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I didn't have time to check myself yet, but I've read from 2 users at
>> Facebook: they were trying the live cd/dvd of 14.04 and they let their
>> machine go idle for 10 to 20 minutes. When they were back to their
>> machines, Lubuntu live session was asking for a password.
>> Was anyone able to reproduce this bug? Afaik, they did not file a bug yet.
>> Best regards,
>>  Iberê:
> This sounds consistent with the way the Live CD (or persistent USB) has
> worked with Lubuntu in past releases.
> If you ever sign-out (of the live desktop), you have to sign-in again, and
> it asks for a password, to which you just hit the Enter key.  If you
> install anything using Synaptic Package Manager, it asks for a password
> (just hit Enter) as well.
> Perhaps with the inactivity, it just signed-off.
> I am saying this all from memory, and supposition - I have not tested
> 14.04.
> --
> Sincerely,
> Aere
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