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Old 29th September 2008
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Default switch user Gnome and FreeBSD

I use FreeBSD with Gnome , but when I choose Switch User , it dose not work and I can switch user , how I can enable this future ?
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Just to be curious, how many users do you have on your machine?
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Just to be curious, how many users do you have on your machine?
I have three user
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