I run an Athlon PC, using SuSE 9.3.
My graphics card is a Matrox G 450 (AGP, 32 MB) with the "mga" driver.
I have two TFTs connected to it with a traditional Dual-Head setup
(independent KDE workspaces with different configurations, no Xinerama).
With this setup (no hardware changes !),
in SuSE 9.1 I could start a new session as another user, overlaying my
current one, and it was fully functional.
After the upgrade to SuSE 9.3, such a new session does not have a Window
manager running, so the windows lack their borders and title line, and
all window manager functions (resize, move, ...) are impossible to do.
Is this a known effect,
is there some setting needed in 9.3 which was implicit in 9.1,
or anything else I can do to make this work again?
Just in case someone is curious: I typically have long-running graphic
applications, so I can not start them from "screen",
but I want to give my wife access to her account with her own KDE and
applications when I make a longer break,
so I really need two different X sessions for different users, the
second one hiding the first until the second terminates.
Thanks for hints,
Joerg Bruehe - persoenliche Aeusserung / speaking only for himself