HI i am literally locked out. using centos 5.8 and all of a sudden i got this [B]"Your session only lasted less than 10 seconds. If you have not logged out yourself, this cou... [by bhutandreams]
I have a question to ask you guys. Is it possible to come back to "locked" status after I unlock it? I really need to get this status to be "locked" because I need to go to HTC care to claim my phone and they said that I need to do "locked" before claiming it. What should I do? Help me please. Thanks!
My active directory account just got locked out. On a whim I unplugged the ethernet cord and turned off the wifi radio switch and I was able to log into my account. I plugged the ethernet back in and then tried to RDP to another computer on the network and got the "your account is locked" message. So I ctrl+alt+del locked my active desktop session again and tried to log in.
My understanding of "locked" handsets is that, broadly speaking, if they show the carrier logo during boot then they are likely to be locked to that carrier. If they show the manufacturer logo during boot, they aren't locked to a carrier.
A couple of years ago, I rooted my HTC Desire and put CyanogenMod on it.
After leaving my laptop for a while, my Kubuntu session closed. (I'm not sure which of the various timeout criteria caused it.) So I got a screen that said my session was locked and I needed to provide my password to unlock it.
I've some codes on a NFS which is shared with two load balancer servers. Sometimes the waiting time of a request is getting longer and I suspect the files may be getting locked with a request while another request is trying to use the same file.
How can I debug or use any other tool to trace or find whether a file is getting locked ?
My phone keeps lighting up while it is locked like as if I hit a button. If I set it on the table, untouched, locked, it will light up by itself, showing the lock screen, and then go back to a black screen. Then anywhere from 10-30 seconds it does it again, and again, and again.