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Thread: Gnome-Screensaver 'Timeout has expired' causes freeze

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    Default Gnome-Screensaver 'Timeout has expired' causes freeze

    Hi,
    When I resume my computer from suspend (or after it goes to screensaver), I am sometimes unable to log back in. The message on the lock box simply says 'Timeout has expired' or something to that effect.
    There is no way to get around that, all I can do is cold-boot loosing all the work I was doing (unsaved).
    I do not have desktop effects enabled.
    Running Gnome 2.32, OpenSUSE 114., n550 proc and x3150 Intel GMA

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    Zaitor@no-mx.opensuse.org NNTP User

    Default Re: Gnome-Screensaver 'Timeout has expired' causes freeze

    Take a look at this bug

    https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=676097

    Try adding http://download.opensuse.org/update/11.4-test/ and update
    gnome-screensaver, or wait untill the fixed package reaches the normal
    repo ( disable password protected screensaver in gnome for now)


    Zaitor

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