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    Default Re: Strange behaviour - possibility to bypass the password

    Dear CAF,

    I did as you requested in last post. I created new account, made login and waited until the screen locks.

    Unfortunately behaviour was the same. After several clicks I got into panel.

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    @aleopo
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    gnome

    I am just doing zypper dup after changes you wrote me. Will report the result.

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    OK friend
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    Default Re: Strange behaviour - possibility to bypass the password

    It helped. After zypper dup no matter if I use the screensaver or not I cannot enter without password.
    Thank you CAF very much!

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    Default Re: Strange behaviour - possibility to bypass the password

    Quote Originally Posted by aleopo View Post
    It helped. After zypper dup no matter if I use the screensaver or not I cannot enter without password.
    Thank you CAF very much!
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    I am so glad you got this fixed up.
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    I am also very happy
    I am complete newbie to Linux - I have switched to it some 2 month ago and I am very glad of it, although I do not come deeper to it than graphic shell. I still keep the old Win for safety reason, but actually I do not come back to it. For the two programs that require Windows I installed VM and they work perfect there.
    Thank you for your support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aleopo View Post
    I am also very happy
    I am complete newbie to Linux - I have switched to it some 2 month ago and I am very glad of it, although I do not come deeper to it than graphic shell. I still keep the old Win for safety reason, but actually I do not come back to it. For the two programs that require Windows I installed VM and they work perfect there.
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