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Old 24th December 2011, 08:48 PM
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Odd GDM login screen scramble

Hi All

I have had a problem since installing F16, which I did on the day of its release. All of the users set there own background for their desktops and about 50% of the time the GDM background is scrambled after logging out. However, it is not the regular gdm background that it scrambled. It is a messed up version of the users desktop. Below is a example of what I see when someone logs out.

Does anyone have any tips for debugging this problem?


---------- Post added at 02:48 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:43 PM ----------

I did some more googling and I found someone with the same issue as me.


There isn't really any new information but it is a bug report.
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