> > >How-To-Repeat:
> > Use any KDE screensaver with password protection.
> > Allow screensaver to come on.
> > Attempt to re-access desktop by using your password.
> > >Fix:
> > Somewhere we are either not hooking KDE up to the FreeBSD passwords
> > for the user accounts OR perhaps, KDE can't read these password files?
> I've never had a problem with this feature, and I know a lot of people
> that use KDE and FreeBSD who also don't. I'm not sure what's going on
Check the PR relating to the latest update of the kdebase.
There were some modifications on the permissions of some files.
Unfortunaly, I was unable to verify if all of them were needed or if the
suid bit is safe on all those files.
Nevertheless, you probably have either an old ports tree with an
old KDE 1.2 port or an old package.
Just change the permissions according to the port file and
everything should be fine.
ps: I can submit a simple sh script to be placed on the FAQ for reference if
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