Thanks. Its good to know that I'm not alone with this. My users tend to
just lock their screens and only try to log out when something bad goes
wrong with their session. At which point, they can't log out.
On 28/08/15 14:07, Emilio Recio wrote:
Same here, but it seems to happen after a kernel update / kf5 update
I kinda enabled the ctrl-alt-backspace zapper and pretty much ignored
the problem. I only ever log out when I do updates.
On 08/24/15 12:06, Roderick Johnstone wrote:
> I've previously reported problems logging out of kde sessions in F22,
> but that was when I was using the nvidia drivers from rpmfusion:
> I'm now seeing something very similar on nouveau and intel driver
> systems (with the nvidia driver though there was a 100% cpu ksmserver
> process which I don't see now):
> On my nouveau driver system, after selecting logout I got the
> dimmed/vignetted screen but no confirmation dialogue to click on. It
> hasn't timed out either, so I'm currently still working on the vignetted
> screens (dual monitor setup).
> Another of my users who is using the intel driver on his system has the
> dim screen (but apparently not vignetted) after trying to log out - no
> logout dialogue either.
> Anyone else see this?
> I wonder if its due to being still logged in after the qt5 5.5 updates
> came in?
> If there is any diagnostic info I can get I'd be happy to bz it.
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