Bug#940996: lightdm: when resuming from ram, user desktop appears for 1sec before getting prompted for a password
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On Mon, 2019-09-23 at 21:23 +0200, Damien Pous wrote:
> > You can vt-switch to VT7 to check for yourself, but I'd assume it *is* locked
> > (please report otherwise).
> If I switch to VT7 once the ligthdm login screen has appeared, I get
> to see my screen before suspend (desktop with the open applications,
> and thus potentially sensitive data, but everything frozen).
> I see it for 10 seconds, during which touchpad and keyboard are not
> responsive ; then the lightdm login screen appears again.
> I can repeat the process: if I do not login, I can still switch again
> to VT7 and see my frozen desktop for 10 more seconds... pretty bad...
> although not as bad as having the session wide open, I agree.
That's weird, I don't think I ever had that behavior. In all cases I remember
I have the behavior you describe below with the “you'll be redirected”
> > Please also try the “late lock” settings and see if that makes a difference.
> Where/how can I play with this setting?
Light locker configuration is stored in gsettings, so try with dcond-editor in
/apps/light-locker. There's also a GUI tool at
https://github.com/Antergos/light-locker-settings (not packaged in Debian).
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