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Xubuntu 14.04 - Closing lid doesn't immediately trigger xscreensaver

When I close the lid of my laptop, it suspends. When I open the lid and push a key, it wakes as expected. If it has been five minutes (the timer for xscreensaver), the screen will be locked. If it has ...
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1answer
190 views

Suspend from the command line and show Unity's lock screen in 14.04?

How can I suspend my computer from the command line and, once it wakes up, display Unity's lock screen? I want to replicate exactly what happens when I click on the system cog icon at the top right of ...
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2answers
243 views

Computer not asking for password after waking from sleep

I have recently installed Ubuntu 14.04 and set up an account with a password. I configured the computer to ask for a password after waking up from a sleep however, I am still brought back to desktop ...
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1answer
458 views

14.04: password not accepted after computer wakes up from sleep

If i press Ctrl+alt+L to lock the screen, I can get back in by typing my password. If I put the computer to sleep, wake it back up again, I cannot log in anymore because it says the password is ...
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0answers
329 views

Cannot enter password in lock screen dialog after long suspend

I am currently using Ubuntu 13.10 and recently I've noticed that after my ASUS K56CB laptop goes into suspend mode, and is left like that for a long time (about an hour or more), the password input ...
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0answers
54 views

Black screen after screen off on 13.10

I swtiched "Turn screen off when inactive for" to 3 minutes and Lock screen after screen goes off to on. The problem is that after the screen is off, when I try to come back I can`t do anything, the ...
2
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0answers
879 views

How to disable xscreensaver lock on suspend?

I have recently installed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and have installed xscreensaver. As I am the only user on this computer and I am only using the computer for music, movies, and some web browsing I have no ...
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2answers
220 views

No wakeup after screenlock

After 10 minutes my desktop computer darkens the screen, and when I move the mouse or tab any key it comes back alive and asks for my password. That is perfect and the behavior I like to have it. But ...
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2answers
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Is it possible to get the normal login screen when resuming from suspend?

I noticed that the login screen that I get when the system first boots up is different from the login screen I see after I resume from suspend. I'm wondering if it is possible to get the same login ...
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0answers
211 views

Desktop locked at resume (Kubuntu 13.04)

The system suspends correctly but when it resumes the desktop seems to be locked. No user/password dialog opens, the desktop displays the state of suspend time but it does not respond to mouse clicks ...
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2answers
257 views

Is the lock screen secure enough to prevent “Mallory” from accessing the encrypted drive?

I use truecrypt to encrypt one of my drives and I would want to leave the computer running processes that use information of that drive while I'm not home, I've tried suspending it but everything ...
1
vote
1answer
504 views

PC freezes after long period of inactivity (~> 30 min) [duplicate]

My Ubuntu system is configured to turn off the screen and lock itself after 10 minutes of inactivity. (System settings ---> Brightness and screen lock). If I leave the PC for about 10 mins or 15 mins, ...
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vote
1answer
203 views

Screen not locked after suspen (run from terminal)

I have just found a answer to my question "How can I hibernate/suspend from the command line and do so at a specific time and a relative time?". The thing though is that on many occasions the resume ...
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3answers
2k views

How to run script after resume and after unlocking screen

In Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, I would like to run scripts after resuming from suspend, and after unlocking my desktop. These need to run as my user, and with access to my $DISPLAY. In particular, I would like ...
4
votes
1answer
3k views

How can I change power options to make my system “always on”?

Power options in 12.04 system settings has only one option: "Suspend when inactive", while I can't see any obvious settings I can change so that the system is always on - without locking the screen ...
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2answers
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How to suspend from command line such that screen is locked?

I'm using Xubuntu 12.04. In the Power Manager, I have checked Extended -> Lock screen when going for suspend/hibernate. If I choose to suspend from the main menu / Panel 1, the screen is locked. ...
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2answers
464 views

CPU working hard while sleeping after upgrading to 12.04

I just upgraded to 12.04. I noticed a new weird behavior that did not happen on 11.10. When I lock the screen, or when it sleeps automatically after the computer is idle, the CPU fan starts working ...
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1answer
991 views

How do I disable the lock screen when resuming from suspend or hibernate without losing ability to lock screen manually?

I would like to bypass the password prompt after resuming from suspend or hibernate in Ubuntu 11.10. I tried: gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.lockdown disable-lock-screen 'true' But doing so I ...
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5answers
1k views

Don't lock the computer when I press sleep

I have an automatic login and no screensaver password. I would easily have no password at all, but I am keeping it for the things that require root in hope of using alternative methods to get my ...
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2answers
3k views

How to lock xscreensaver on suspend

Hy! I replaced gnome-screensaver with xscreensaver, it works great so far, but I can't get it to lock my session when I suspend my laptop. Any ideas how to do that? Ubuntu 10.10 Dell Vostro 1310 ...
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8answers
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How do I stop the screen from being locked on suspend?

On GNOME the screen locks when I suspend, and I find that a bit annoying (no one else in the house uses ubuntu anyway haha). What can I do to stop this?