On Friday, May 10, 2013 01:42:50 PM Holger Sickenberg wrote:
I'm using LXDE with kdm instead of lxdm. With that I don't have this
issues anymore. You can probably also use gdm.
On 19.04.2013 15:49, Hearns, John wrote:
>> I was using LXDM to login to xfce and raised this issue on the xfce
>> mailing list, but it turned out not to be a desktop issue. See this
>> There's a couple of bug reports I linked to in that thread, but
>> no fix and no action on them for some months.
>> As a consequence, I recently just tried changing to LightDM and I can
>> logout/login okay. I was using LXDM previously because it had working
>> language selection, but that has now been fixed in LightDM too.
> Peter, thankyou for your help.
> Indeed I installed LightDM yesterday and switched to that - it worked
> first time.
> Ps. you don;t need to magic keys reboot when this happens - CTRL-ALT F1
> and log in, Then either service xdm stop then start or init 3/init 5
> The frustrating this is that LXDM comes up and works fine when you start
> Come on LXDE guys - I really like the look of LXDM and it would do a good
Just to enter an ongoing discussion about the problem of logout and restart,
I have now tried out all DM's without a real improvement.
Had some problems with my motherboard and memory (on the board of course) and
am using LXDE only..
Have to use #shutdown -r now as logout does not do a satisfactory job. Where
and to whom should we address our problem with LXDM.
The list opensuse-lxde(a)opensuse.org seems dead.
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