Re: How do I switch users in KDE?

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On Mon, 2021-05-31 at 19:15 +0800, Ed Greshko wrote:
> On 31/05/2021 18:54, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> > According to it should
> > be
> > possible to switch users from the KDE lock screen, however I don't
> > seem
> > to have this functionality.
> Check back in the archives.  (I only keep 14 days of emails)
> This was covered and Switch User has been disabled due to its many
> problems.
> A way to enable was given but discouraged.
> > Related question: is it possible to have two different DEs on
> > different
> > virtual consoles (if necessary with two distinct users)? For
> > example,
> > one with KDE and another with Gnome. I know this used to be
> > possible in
> > some previous iterations of KDE/Plasma, but there may be
> > limitations
> > due to SDDM.
> I've no idea.  But just minor thinking about it makes me wonder if
> there wouldn't be conflicts
> in ownership of system hardware?  Which DE/session owns the audio?
> Network interfaces?

I was under the impression that Gnome dealt with this, though I don't
know the details. Why would running multiple DEs be any different from
running multiple users? I can see how audio might be an issue, but
network interfaces are designed to be shared.

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