ROSA Linux Bugzilla – Full Text Bug Listing
|Summary:||Login screen lacks time and date|
|Product:||[ROSA Desktop] Desktop Bugs||Reporter:||Evgeniy <xtemp09>|
|Component:||Main Packages||Assignee:||ROSA Linux Bugs <bugs>|
|Status:||CONFIRMED ---||QA Contact:||ROSA Linux Bugs <bugs>|
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Description Evgeniy 2014-05-26 13:05:31 MSD
Created attachment 2929 [details] Login screen When I'm trying to boot I don't see time/date. Guys! This is really important! When I move mouse to activate screen, KDE asks me for password. I don't see time! What if the only thing I need is to find out what time is now and I have to boot to KDE. Booting takes two minutes! To explain how bad the problem is I attached the screenshot of your main page (see the attachment). You put the login screen onto your main page! It means you are really proud of it! And it doesn't show time! What if people around don't have access to the computer? What if I don't own the computer? What if all I need is to know time without booting? Guys, every login screen (Ubuntu-like, openSUSE) shows time/date. Please, fix it.
Comment 1 FirstLevel 2014-05-30 12:39:14 MSD
Please could You give output of command rpm -qa | grep kdm
Comment 2 Evgeniy 2014-05-30 13:12:27 MSD
Any kdm. It was in Mandriva, Mageia, openMandriva. Guys, that really sucks. At my work people usually move mouse to activate the computer just to see time and date.