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Gorenc Franc (fmcgorenc) wrote on 2013-10-26: #17 @amjjawad no problem. Aristotelian (bookrt) wrote on 2014-05-30: #43 Happening to me as well. This is pretty embarrassing, guys... This includes theming support. have a peek here

xflock4 is simply a shell script that looks for and runs, in this order: - light-locker-command -l - xscreensaver-command -lock - gnome-screensaver-command --lock - xlock -mode blank - slock I believe http://salinelinux.proboards.com/thread/158 amjjawad  (amjjawad) wrote on 2013-11-19: #24 This bug report will be marked for expiration in 59 days if no further activity occurs. (find out why) https://help.launchpad.net/BugExpiry amjjawad  (amjjawad) through Whiskermenu's lock launcher or through a keyboard shortcut invoking "xflock4"). I do NOT install a new system to 'test' if a bug is fixed.

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Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Starting with 14.04, Ubuntu/Unity have switched to a new solution for locking, and so have we. Also, Switch user crashes lightdm. Where do the white lines come from in my composite?

highwaykind (highwaykind) wrote on 2014-06-02: #44 Same problem. Offline #6 2013-06-29 07:36:37 paolo321 Member Registered: 2011-06-26 Posts: 121 Re: xfce screen saver / display power management confusion My previous thread about this was http://forum.xfce.org/viewtopic.php?id=8118Anyway, on my setup I've disabled Tip: Adding xscreensaver.newLoginCommand: to ~/.Xresources whilst leaving the argument blank will make the New Login button disappear. Xubuntu Screensaver Thaddaeus Tintenfisch (thad-fisch-deactivatedaccount) wrote on 2014-08-19: #57 You can install the current development release of xfce4-power-manager by using the official Xubuntu staging PPA: https://launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev/+archive/ubuntu/xubuntu-staging Thaddaeus Tintenfisch (thad-fisch-deactivatedaccount) wrote on 2014-08-19: #58

Subscribing... Xfce Screen Lock This site is not affiliated with Linus Torvalds or The Open Group in any way. amjjawad  (amjjawad) wrote on 2013-10-26: #16 @Gorenc Franc It seems that is the only way for the time being, I might try that as well except I am not using So, I have to keep moving the mouse every now and then.

Visit the Press page Planet Ubuntu For even more reading, go to Planet Ubuntu to read updates on development and more from the Ubuntu members. Xfce Gnome-screensaver Since at least XScreenSaver 5.22, there is another way to edit XScreenSaver's user configuration, using Xresources. Stavros amjjawad  (amjjawad) wrote on 2013-12-04: #32 @Everyone Just for the record, this bug does affect Xubuntu 13.10 as well. The light-locker project is a fork of gnome-screensaver 3.6, but cut down to a bare minimum (so no gnome-dependencies), using LightDM's greeter as the lock (and unlock) screen.

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Xfce Bugzilla #9075 URL: The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug. I don't know what is the difference between sleep and switch off because both seem to make my monitor enter standby mode. Xfce4 Screensaver My annoyance should probably be directed at the Xubuntu project overall, or maybe XFCE, rather than the power manager specifically? Xfce Lock Screen Not Working Tools like xscreensaver or xset can be used to change the default value set by the X server.

Which is nice in concept, of course, but it almost certainly means that their number-one priority must be to provide food/shelter for their spouses and children and to manage to spend Currently, when locking, it is assumed you are either: in a public space of sorts (the desktop at home hardly needs locking) and have walked away from the machine using a Anyway, now it is not working, and I can't figure out how to get it back to working. You can directly launch that using xfce4-power-manager-settings. Xfce Xscreensaver Alternative

Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the I have no problem attacking the issues by hand. Should I have doubts if the organizers of a workshop ask me to sign a behavior agreement upfront? Im quite confused :-/ Thank you.

minty33 Linux Mint 5 03-01-2013 09:24 PM [SOLVED] XFCE Screensaver and Power Management? Xscreensaver Screensavers My Test PC though has Saucy. Thanks!

I tried gnome-screensaver and xscreensaver working separately every time, but for the first I got a locked black screen - no screen saver.

In Xfce Bugzilla #9075, donarntz (donarntz) wrote on 2012-07-02: #48 Correction to previous statement, Power manager is not overriding DPMS when ticked. My screensaver was working, but then when I was watching a video, I did something to disable it (I can't recall what). I'm sorry, I fail to see the point here?! Xfce Light-locker If Power Manager Enabled is unticked, DPMS is disabled; it does not mean that XScreenSaver will relinquish control of DPMS settings.

amjjawad  (amjjawad) wrote on 2013-10-01: #11 saucy-desktop-amd64.iso 01-Oct-2013 Fresh New Installation I confirm that this but is STILL NOT yet fixed. IDK if that is true - and the thread is 3½ years old - but it does sound sensible. See man xscreensaver for a full list of options. Otherwise, the screen shuts off every 5 minutes or so unless there is mouse activity.

Reason: "overrides DPMS" is vague - xscreensaver does the equivalent of xset s 0 0, uses its own timer for the various animations, but sets the DPMS timeout to the values However, you can upgrade to a newer xfce4-power-manager version by following the advice in comment #57. [1] http://smdavis.us/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/light-locker-settings1.png Andy K (eatmycow) wrote on 2015-02-24: #77 Hi Thaddaeus, I appriciate that this the values are the same upon closing the dialog box), then no changes were done on the DPMS settings, so it did not get applied. Configuration Most options are configured on a user-by-user basis by running xscreensaver-demo.

Very annoying issue, and I would rather not have to run a shell script at log in to remedy it every time. For other environments, see Autostarting. Brian Murray (brian-murray) wrote on 2013-10-02: Re: Monitor turns off after 10 minutes of inactivity despite the fact that XScreensaver has been removed from Lubuntu #13 Testing this if you set Home Categories FAQ/Guidelines Terms of Service Privacy Policy Powered by Discourse, best viewed with JavaScript enabled UbuntuCommunityAsk!DeveloperDesignDiscourseHardwareInsightsJujuShopMore ›AppsHelpForumLaunchpadMAASCanonical current community chat Ask Ubuntu Ask Ubuntu Meta your communities Sign up or

Then the icon showed up in the Settings Manager.