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Old 29th March 2007, 10:20 PM
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Question Lock Screen doenst ask for password

When clicking on lock screen, and then on resume, it doesnt ask for a password? Why is this and how can I enable the lock screen to lock the screen? Thanks in advance.
Running Fedora Core 5 on an old Gateway 400c with 256 MB ram and an 18 GB HD, oh yeah, shes gotta Hemi!! :p
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