most of the people told me to be normal behaviour.
I didn't know that the xlock has an argument "-allowroot" :)
xlock has an argument: -allowroot
this allows root to be able to unlock the screen regardless of who is
This is a feature, not a bug. It appears to be the default for CDE.
Thanks to :
Brett Lymn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
David Evans <DJEVANS@au.oracle.com>
Adams, Chad M CRL <email@example.com>
Tom Erickson <Thomas.M.Erickson.firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ronald Loftin <email@example.com>
Dan Anderson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Michael J. Connolly <email@example.com>
My original question was:
We have the following systems:
- Sun Enterprise 450
- Solaris 2.6 installed
- CDE 1.2 installed
and the following problem:
When users login into the system using CDE, push the screen lock button.
I use login as normal permission but, I am still be able to unlock the
screen with root password.
I got the CDE 1.0.2 and 1.2 tested. I'm not using the NIS
Any advice or help ?
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