Robin Laing wrote on 10/19/2016 07:15 PM:
On 19/10/16 03:50, Germano Massullo wrote:
> By several months, the entire management of multiple users sessions is
> In past I used sometimes to leave my machine to another person, so I
> locked my user session, and started another user "foo" session. Then
> when user foo finished to use my machine, he ended his session, so I
> unlocked mine and continued to work normally.
> Now such actions are no longer possible in Plasma 5 because for unknown
> reasons, the locked user session will be killed as soon you start
> another user session.
> Any feedbacks about?
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I normally have two session open in KDE but don't have that issue. I do
have a fixed Xorg.conf file and that may make the difference.
F23 and F24
I also see this on F25 after unclean upgrade from F23. I am using
built-in Intel graphics and no nvidia or others. Creating an xorg.conf
also fixed it for me:
Xorg :1 -configuration
cp xorg.conf.new /etc/X11/xorg.conf
(comment out (#) Files Section lines from "Section "Files"" to
"EndSection". Leave the rest alone.)
systemctl restart sddm (or just reboot).
Note: Switching user worked OK on F23 before upgrade that still used kdm
and not sddm (I think).