[PC-BSD Testing] Switching between the same users will login to a new different desktop session

claive alvin Acedilla cabpacedilla at gmail.com
Sat May 25 01:51:06 PDT 2013


Steps:
1. Log in to a user and open any program just to indicate that you
opened the program on the desktop session of the user
2. Add a new user from Control Panel
3. Switch to the new user by using Switch Users in Logout
4. Open any program just to distinguish that you opened the program on
the desktop session of the new user
5. Switch back to the previous user
6. Notice that you will be logged in to a new desktop session without
the program that you opened before
7. Switch back again to the new user
8. Notice that you will be logged in again to a new desktop session
without the program that you opened when you logged in with the new
user

Expected Results:
You should be logged in/switched back to the original session of the
user because you are logging in or switching back to the same session
of the same user.

Plus this is taking more memory because you will be taken to a new
desktop session.

Type the 'who' command in prompt and you will see multiple logins of
the same users

I'm using PC-BSD 9.1 RR i386 DVD Virtualbox
Tested in LXDE and XFCE


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