Miles Lane wrote:
I think it is Gnome/KDE agnostic, the first login grabs the devices regardless if it is KDE or Gnome.On 3/6/06, Jim Cornette <fct-cornette insight rr com> wrote:Uno Engborg wrote:Is the possibillity to run multiple X servers so that you could switch between multiple users or machines,removed in FC5, or have I somehow failed to install it, or disabled it by mistake? What was it called in FC4 by the way. Regards Uno Engborggdmflexiserver should launch another server login. I just tried this to see if it still worked. I could launch a KDE server account as well as my present gnome account. Permission issues remain on which console user should own which devices. If you wat to run different desktops, it works for me. No sound in KDE though, The Gnome user account owns the sound.Interesting. We ought to have Gnome/KDE agnostic pieces to control access to hardware and fundamental services. Is that feasible? The current situation is pretty sub-optimal. Miles
What would be needed would be some kind of sound server that was owned byroot that could serv sound for various users. The next problem would be what should be allowed. You quicly run into security problems with this. E.g. You swich user with a friend that run a telephony application, should the next user still be able to use the sound input.
Regards Uno Engborg
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