On Wed, 2009-09-16 at 01:34 -0400, Bill McGonigle wrote:
Is it KDE's job to secure the screen/keyboard behavior when
to RAM or disk?
I've noticed that on wake, with a password required for wake, that the
screen before sleeping is visible before it's blanked. Also, sometimes
I can send keyboard input to the system before the blanked screen kicks
in. The window of opportunity is pretty small for typing, and I can only
read the screen for a few seconds, but it's not a secure wake. I'm
testing this on a netbook which takes its sweet time doing anything.
Same here. It looks like KDE resumes, then detects the wakeup signal and
decides it should lock the screen. The effect is definitely
counterintuitive. It would be interesting to know if Gnome has the same