Bug#770660: mate-screensaver: resume from suspend fails in certain circumstances
mike.gabriel at das-netzwerkteam.de
Tue Nov 25 15:05:13 UTC 2014
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On So 23 Nov 2014 04:41:53 CET, tony mancill wrote:
> Package: mate-screensaver
> Version: 1.8.1-1
> Severity: normal
> Dear Maintainer,
> This could be considered minor, but it is reproducible and slightly
> annoying. To reproduce:
> 1) Suspend the laptop while docked in a docking station (with
> multiple monitors, if that makes a difference).
> 2) Eject the laptop from the docking station and resume the laptop.
> 3) The X display will be hung and no unlock mechanism is visible until
> switching to a Linux console (Ctrl-Alt-F1) and killing the
> /usr/lib/mate-screensaver-gl-helper process. At this point,
> switching back to console 7 displays the expected lock dialog.
> Some other windows managers can handle this - it would great if the MATE
> environment didn't get confused. If it makes a difference, the laptop
> has an Intel HD 4000 chipset.
To my experience the mate-screensaver "Unlock Screen" dialog always
appears on the monitor / screen where the mouse pointer was left.
for debugging: If you move the mouse over to the notebook's screen,
can you then normally unlock your session?
We won't probably get this fixed for Debian jessie (unless too many
people find this too annoying), we will rather have to hand it over to
MATE upstream and expect help from there.
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