Re: gnome-xscreensaver (and some fast user switching)

Le mar 02/12/2003 à 08:45, Shahms E. King a écrit :
> On Mon, 2003-12-01 at 22:20, Rob Adams wrote:
> > The first problem is easy -- let the screensaver handle reauthentication
> > of already-logged in users.
> How?? You've selected "log in as another user" and you're looking at the
> GDM login screen.  You enter your name and password into the GDM
> greeter.  Only then does it know that 1) you are who you say you are and
> 2) you have another log in.  GDM could ask after you enter your username
> and let the screensaver take care of asking for the password, but that's
> ugly (Especially considering the VT switch involved).  It can, however,
> turn off the screensaver the same way it turned it on...

Well, the screensaver should do just that: screensave. The screen
locking should be handled by GDM: it would then display a dialog
enabling the current user to just enter its password to unlock, or to
select a different user and log in / switch to its desktop and unlock.


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