[PlanetCCRMA] Pam, Perms, a plan?

Steve Harris S.W.Harris@ecs.soton.ac.uk
Wed Oct 13 03:08:00 2004

On Wed, Oct 13, 2004 at 12:20:38AM -0400, Matt Barber wrote:
>                                         Sometimes when a user logs out
> of Gnome, X sort of freezes.  It's not a hard freeze - you can move the
> mouse cursor around, and click on things, but clicking does nothing. 
> Right-clicking still opens up a menu.  It doesn't matter whether or not
> there are running windows or processes - sometimes it happens and
> sometimes it doesn't, and I can't find a way to reproduce the behavior
> consistently.  We're using an nvidia video card, and I thought that
> maybe the nvidia module was doing this, but it seems to be happening
> with the xorg nv module.  When this happens, we have to
> ctrl-alt-backspace to finish the logout and get back to the greeter. 

Ahhh I've seen this two on my laptop, and I was blaming the wireless card
:) Its an ATI video card, so I dont thats what it is.

It does coincide with the wireless card giving up, but I guess that must
be a symptom os the same problem.

- Steve