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Lock screen bugged after resume from standby

jacksparrow
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I have Kubuntu 15.04 on a laptop. Resumed from standby today but my lock screen bugged, only thing I have is the mouse pointer and I can barely see the wallpaper and all my open applications in a semi transparent way on each other, like a graphical glitch.
If I change to other terminal (ctr+alt+f1) I can login and apps seems running.
How can I reset this lock screen from terminal? I want to avoid a hard shutdown because I have unsaved documents in the session. :/
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Earlier:
- Unlock session by BlueProximity / shell command: viewtopic.php?f=289&t=130691
- how to kill lock screen from a prompt: viewtopic.php?f=289&t=130543
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Rog131 wrote:Few days ago: Unlock session by BlueProximity / shell command - viewtopic.php?f=289&t=130691


i tried this command previously but i made a mistake, i did not enter session id.
this worked, tanks! ;)
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sudo loginctl unlock-session 1

 
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