System locks on log out was FIXED: installing themes
debiani386 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 10 16:50:37 UTC 2007
Nils Kassube wrote:
> cj wrote:
>> Nils Kassube wrote:
>>> cj wrote:
>>>> tried other runlevels (runlevel 2 through 6) no response from the
>>> FYI: With Ubuntu all those runlevels 2 through 5 are equal.
>> note i also tried runlevel 8, but it wouldnt let me view that one
>> either --cj
> >From /usr/share/doc/sysv-rc/README.runlevels.gz:
> | The following runlevels are defined:
> | N System bootup (NONE).
> | S Single user mode (not to be switched to directly)
> | 0 halt
> | 1 single user mode
> | 2 .. 5 multi user mode
> | 6 reboot
> Only if you have created a special setup with your own definition of
> runlevel 8 it will do anything special. Otherwise you have probably just
> used the standard runlevel 2 instead.
> Anyway, maybe you should just uninstall the theme which locks your machine
> after logout (or try another theme).
well its been doing that ever since i first installed ubuntu (and i
didnt set up any fancy themes when i first installed it)
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