If you need a screensaver for whatever reason, perhaps using a TV for a monitor and don't want a blank screen, then you will need to remove light-locker and install some Ivà Burgos (ivaburgos) wrote on 2008-05-01: #7 Teoh Han Hui, please select Xfce Session in gdm login and try it again. I see, that xfce4-utils recommends that, and it's ok, but anyway, if for some reason, xscreensaver (or gnome-screensaver) isn't running, and the user try to lock the screen, and can't, he Do the guest schools spend an entire academic year in the host school during the Triwizard Tournament?
Changed in xfce4-utils: status: Incomplete → Confirmed Urbán Dániel (urban.dani) wrote on 2008-03-28: #4 Yes, I agree, if I start a screensaver manually, everything works fine. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. No actions? This is for XFCE.
Not the answer you're looking for? Offline #5 2016-01-20 14:05:58 avalon Member Registered: 2013-12-12 Posts: 5 Re: Set up light-locker with XFCE action buttons. @toz, I don't know these details. Yes, according to the wiki, you need to choose and install a locker.
Since xflock4 tries xscreensaver-command before gnome-screensaver-command, that fixes the problem. –cjm Nov 19 '13 at 20:53 3 slock is even simpler and now comes with a feature: colour! –jasonwryan Nov Is there any error in ~/.xsession-errors? > - Make xfce4-panel depend on xlockmore or xlockmore-gl, so it will be able to lock the screen, even if xscreensaver or gnome-screensaver isn't running. Starting with 14.04, Ubuntu/Unity have switched to a new solution for locking, and so have we. Xfce Lock Screen Shortcut I have already tried "refresh" my panel, by right click -> add -> etc.
In 8.10, xfce4-utils recommends xlockmore Add tags Tag help Charlie Kravetz (charlie-tca) wrote on 2009-02-27: #1 Thanks for reporting this bug and any supporting documentation. Property "/general/lockcommand" Does Not Exist On Channel "xfce4-session". Offline Pages: 1 Index »General discussion »Make your session start screen locked in conjunction with autologin from GDM Board footer Jump to Announcements Say Hello Installation Desktop General discussion Themes & ln -s /etc/xdg/xfce4/xinitrc /home/sage/.xsession Ps. Are we in a low CO2 period, compared to the last 590 million years?
share|improve this answer edited Aug 5 at 0:08 Kevin Bowen 10.6k114859 answered Jul 18 at 20:25 Sundar Pichai 111 Could you explain in more detail how to apply your Light-locker Xfce If it doesn't work with gnome-screensaver, kill that process, restart one of the others and try again. In my system, the screensaver doesn't start because startxfce4 are never called by default gdm session so /etc/xdg/xfce/xinitrc are not processed at all. There aren't too many changes for users.
exactly 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 Ivà Burgos (ivaburgos) wrote on 2008-04-12: #5 Same problem here on a clean xubuntu daily install (Xubuntu 8.04 and xfce4-utils 4.4.2-4ubuntu1). Xflock4 Arch avalon wrote:@toz, I don't know these details. Xflock4 Settings On the other hand, xlock is not provided after 12.04, propably for a reason, so it might be a good idea to remove the xlock option from the script.
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Try killing the xscreensaver and light-locker processes, making sure they are still not running, then trying the lock screen function. If it works: Go to the Settings manager -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts Update Ctrl+Alt+Del to run xflock4 share|improve this answer edited Apr 10 '15 at 11:06 A.B. 48.6k898172 answered Apr 10 Lionel Le Folgoc (mrpouit) wrote on 2008-06-14: #13 Yes, xubuntu-default-settings (>= 0.34) ships a broken gdm config (DefaultSession=default.desktop should be replaced with DefaultSession=xfce4.desktop). share|improve this answer answered Nov 28 '15 at 11:36 markling 528 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Select Settings Manager -> Session and Startup > Application Autostart and enable
ps -ef | grep screen theo 2262 1452 0 Ιούλ03 ? 00:00:02 xscreensaver -no-splash theo 15436 1452 0 02:37 ? 00:00:00 light-locker --lock-after-screensaver=0 --lock-on-suspend --no-late-locking theo 21293 1452 0 12:30 ? Light-locker Not Working The Xfce action buttons "lockscreen" command executes xflock4 to perform the lock screen action. Home Help Search Login Register VectorLinux > The nuts and bolts > X-Rated > [Solved] xfce4.4.3 (VL 6.0) xflock4 does not work « previous next » Pages:  Print Author Topic:
Mountainering with 6 y.o. There is an entry in the/etc/xdg/xfce4/xinitrc for loading either xscreensaver or gnome-screensaver. Also make sure that the lock screen option is selected in the respective screensaver's preferences/settings. Arch Light-locker In 14.04 `light-locker-command -l` works as expected (i.e.
Latest Presenting the Xubuntu status tracker Xubuntu 16.10 Released SRU for 16.04: Intel cursor bug fix released Xubuntu 16.04.1 Release Looking for memorable and fun Xubuntu stories! I guess gnome-screen-saver broke on upgrade. ps -ef | grep screen theo 2262 1452 0 Ιούλ03 ? 00:00:02 xscreensaver -no-splash theo 15436 1452 0 02:37 ? 00:00:00 light-locker --lock-after-screensaver=0 --lock-on-suspend --no-late-locking theo 21293 1452 0 12:30 ? Ingersoll Print Pages:  « previous next » VectorLinux > The nuts and bolts > X-Rated > [Solved] xfce4.4.3 (VL 6.0) xflock4 does not work SMF 2.0.12 | SMF ©
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UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group. But it also doesn't hurt to link the xfce xinitrc as well, so that if someone chooses the "XClient script" option ("What does this do...?"), it still works correctly.