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Re: unwanted logout in xfce

From: JD <jd1008_at_nospam>
Date: Mon Oct 03 2011 - 15:18:25 GMT
To: Community support for Fedora users <users@lists.fedoraproject.org>

On 10/03/2011 08:04 AM, Stuart McGraw wrote:
> I am a refugee from Fedora 15's Gnome-3 that has found
> refuge in Xfce. I'm am only sad that Gnome-3 didn't come
> out sooner so I could find Xfce sooner -- it meets my needs
> and expectations very well.
>
> However, I am having one issue since I changed... I leave
> my machine on and running overnight (have a bittorrent
> client running) but the next morning I find I am logged
> out. This happened again last night. According the logs
> there was no reboot. 'last' is hard to interpret but I
> *think* it shows I left the machine around 22:56 last
> night and was logged out at 23:33.
>
> I have not been able to find any setting that might be
> responsible for this. Any suggestions about where to look?
> (This is a desktop machine and power management is set
> to "none" on external power. Screensaver is set for 30 min
> but not set to logout or even lock screen and test this
> morning indicates it is not culprit.)
A possible culprit:
Check all the bash rc files in your home dir and in /etc
and look for the variable TMOUT
If set, auto-logout will take place after the number of
seconds that TMOUT is set to.
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