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I am chasing a similar issue and I am using intotify to see what files have been accessed to track down the program that is accessing them. This command will watch a specific directory for X minutes: inotifywatch -v -e access -e modify -t "$TIME" -r "$STORAGE" Replace "$TIME" with the length in seconds to watch for and "$STORAGE" with the directory you ...


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This doesn't exactly answer the question, but it is another approach to the issue. A couple of versions of Kubuntu ago, I couldn't figure out how to turn this off either. Since I was kind of tired of screensavers anyway, I just turned the screen saving to start after an hour when power is plugged into my notebook (so it wouldn't come on while watching ...


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For Ubuntu 11.04 and above: You can access settings by typing System Settings in the Dash, or clicking "power" or "power cog" button in the top-right corner of the screen and choosing System Settings. Once you entered on the System Settings, click on Brigtness & Lock. For Ubuntu 10.10 and below or Ubuntu MATE: You can access to the screensaver ...



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