Here is what is happening in details, in my Ubuntu 10.04 LTS desktop installation:
- I log in as user "A"
- Without terminating the session, I switch to user "B"
- Now, I've done what I wanted as user "B", and finish its section
- At this point, user "A" session is not available anymore; it is lost; no green checkmark indicating there is an open session for user "A" anymore; if I enter the password, instead of the interrupted session, I have a fresh new one
The previous and correct behaviour was that, after finishing user "B" session, I was able to resume the user "A" session, from where it was.
At some point of time which I don't know - probably some installation and/or upgrade - this strange and annoying behaviour started.
Before, I could let anyone use the computer if I left it while working. Now, I can't anymore. I need to act as a "police", watching and caring and worrying that nobody else uses the computer when I'm not for a while.
I want my peace back! :-) Does anyone have a clue and recommends something for me to try? Thank you.