problem with user password when unlocking from screensaver
leva at az.isten.hu
Thu Jan 12 21:52:00 GMT 2006
2006. január 12. 22:39,
"Jean Baptiste Balleyguier" <jbballeyguier at hotmail.com>
-> kde at mail.kde.org,:
> I've a little problem to unlock from screensaver. My problem is, it won't
> work even if I tip precisely the good letters on the keyboard.
> First I thought it was a problem of compatibility : I've an AZERY keyboard,
> and thought kde had enabled QWERTY support. But it was not that.
> For information : when I log in kde I use (normally) my user password, and
> it works.
> I've two partitions: one for the root system, one for user datas (where kde
> datas are also stocked). Just before my problem I reinstalled the whole
> thing, but kept datas partition. After reinstalling, I remounted it in home
> directory. The password and username I used before and after are the same.
> I tried to change user password with kuser but it changed anything.
> I don't know where two search : even deleting kde cache folders don't
> change anything.
> Any idea ?
Check that $KDEDIR/bin/kcheckpass is setuid root.
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