6
votes
2answers
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How can I lock the screen using the new lockscreen from the command line?

Ubuntu 14.04 introduces a new lockscreen that looks similar to the login screen. I am still able to lock the screen using the command gnome-screensaver-command --lock (as I always did before), ...
0
votes
1answer
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How to alias one command to be resolved into another command?

AFAIK alias is usually used to make 'shortcut' for long command. But what to do if I want to alias one command to another? I need this because I replaced gnome-screensaver with xscreensaver, so the ...
3
votes
2answers
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Unlock login screen using command line

Is it possible to unlock the 13.04 Gnome shell login screen from a command line? A user is logged in to Gnome shell, I can log in to a console as this user. I also have root access. This is for ...
0
votes
0answers
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xfloxk4 doesn't work on xubuntu 13.04

I have a problem with the xubuntu lock screen program xflock4, neither the shortcut ctrl+alt+del nor the command seems to work. How can i solve?
6
votes
1answer
363 views

What is wrong with this method of using an alternate lock screen background?

I have recently been trying to separate all three wallpaper states that are all the same as default. They are: Unity Greeter Lock screen Desktop All of them have a wallpaper, and as default the ...
5
votes
3answers
525 views

How can I use code or a script to lock my screen programmatically in Lubuntu?

I want to write code or a script to lock the PC when my C++ program receives a specific command from Ethernet. Is there any way to show the Login screen from the command line? I want to lock the ...
36
votes
7answers
13k views

How do I lock the screen from a terminal?

I am using Ubuntu 12.04. Is there any way to lock the screen or session from a terminal command or script? are there any changes happen in 13.04 ?
7
votes
1answer
3k views

Lock Tmux Session With Vlock

I have just installed tmux and vlock. When I try to perform the lock-session command, my terminal flashes and then nothing happens. Is there something in my .tmux.conf that must be added to tell tmux ...
43
votes
3answers
24k views

How do I lock the desktop screen via command line?

How can I lock my desktop screen from the command line?