Enforce screen locking before requesting to switch to a different user.
|Mike Gabriel <firstname.lastname@example.org>||no||2015-12-09|
|0006_util-Blacklist-some-session-specific-variables.patch||[PATCH] util: Blacklist some session-specific variables
Things like XDG_SESSION_ID should not be uploaded to the environment.
For example this is broken currently:
1. SSH to your machine
2. Log in to MATE Shell
3. Log out
4. Log in again
5. Lock the screen
6. Try to unlock
You can't, and this is because the XDG_SESSION_ID from the first session
(step 2) has leaked through to the second one (step 4), and so MATE
Shell is listening to the `logind` `UnlockSession` signal for the wrong
session. The SSH session established in step 1 serves to keep the
`systemd --user` instance alive, so that the state is not torn down
Original patch for GNOME by Iain Lane <email@example.com>.
Patch ported over to MATE's session manager by Mike Gabriel
|Mike Gabriel <firstname.lastname@example.org>||yes||2021-05-17|
|0009_main-fix-double-free-on-gl_renderer.patch||[PATCH] main: fix double free on gl_renderer||Jan Palus <email@example.com>||no||2023-05-21|