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!
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 were logged in as a guest user on Ubuntu 12.04. I left the computer for a while and when I came back the screensaver had started, and locked the computer. Now it asks for a password to log in to the guest account. I don't have to write a password when I logged in as guest. How do I enter my current guest session without restarting the computer?
I have my Galaxy Nexus a few months and all working fine. It was bought as an unlocked phone. I just decided to change my mobile provider and put in the new SIM card and the phone is telling me its locked. When I start up using Vol-UP+Vol-Down+Power , the phone says "Carrier Info -None" and "Lock State-Locked"
Could anyone using KDE 4.9 (or 4.8) confirm this - when i switch user i expect my session to be locked when i get back to my own session, but it's not. Both users have lock screen activated (in screen saver menu), and still i can go to both sessions by Ctrl-Alt-F1/F2 without ever have to enter password.
Would like to have this future though...did i miss some settings?