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Re: can't log out


I have to logout twice before the system really starts to log out (or shut 
down, (dependent of my choice). It happens on an ubuntu breezy system  with 
kde35 packages (kmail 191 and as fare as i know no process named qjackctl is 
running). (I know this is a debian-kde list, but I am also working with 
debian testing/unstable with kde 35 from alioth, not with this kind of 
problems). Another (related) problem on my ubuntu-system is that after a 
visit to another console i found my session locked and asking for a password, 
but not accepting the password of the user of that session. 


Op maandag 30 januari 2006 03:01, schreef Ben Saylor:
> Hi,
> On Saturday 28 January 2006 20:45, D. Michael 'Silvan' McIntyre wrote:
> > On Saturday 28 January 2006 10:47 pm, Ben Saylor wrote:
> > > ctrl-alt-backspace to get out.  Sometimes, it will work, however.
> > > I have kdebase 3.5.0-4, but I've had this issue for quite a while
> > > with older versions as well.  How can I fix this?
> >
> > Me too.  You're not alone.  I have no idea what's going on, but I
> > have to log out of KDE twice, and even then it only works 75% of the
> > time.  This has been true since waaaay back.  I have a vague,
> > unproven idea that it has something to do with KMail, since manually
> > closing out KMail all the way (from the taskbar icon) seems to
> > increase the probability that logging out will actually work.
> Hm... I'll have to try that and see if it makes a difference.  Anyone
> else have this problem or have an idea?

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