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Dec
29
awarded  Necromancer
Nov
20
comment Prevent monitor from losing signal after screen saver / lock activates
Note that the ~/.xinitrc didn't work for me (using GNOME Classic); I instead put the xset -dpms into System Tools > Preferences > Startup Applications.
Nov
20
awarded  Benefactor
Nov
20
awarded  Scholar
Nov
20
accepted Prevent monitor from losing signal after screen saver / lock activates
Nov
20
comment Prevent monitor from losing signal after screen saver / lock activates
Works for me, too. Thanks a lot; you've really earned the bounty with your persistence!
Nov
18
awarded  Student
Nov
16
comment Prevent monitor from losing signal after screen saver / lock activates
The operating system turns off the video signal; any monitor is then forced to react. Yes, this problem isn't limited to Ubuntu (but that's what I'm using), but I mostly see issues with other shared components (like Gnome, Firefox, etc.) discussed here as well, so I think it is on-topic.
Nov
16
awarded  Promoter
Nov
16
revised Prevent monitor from losing signal after screen saver / lock activates
Add details about graphics cards.
Nov
11
asked Prevent monitor from losing signal after screen saver / lock activates
Nov
5
awarded  Commentator
Nov
5
comment How can I get a DisplayLink USB monitor work under Ubuntu?
Thank you so much (finally)! I can confirm this working with an HP NL571AA USB Graphics Adapter, Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS 64-bit, and a HP 1955 19" (tertiary) monitor. I only had to switch from the binary NVIDIA drivers to the open source Nouveau ones to make it work.
Jun
10
awarded  Excavator
Jun
10
revised ubuntu 14.04 xrdp grey
Add formatting.
Jun
10
comment Bash auto_completion with Xubuntu and xrdp from windows
possible duplicate of xrdp tab does not work
Jun
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jun
10
suggested approved edit on ubuntu 14.04 xrdp grey
Mar
19
comment Is there any way to execute a shell script whenever I open a terminal?
Note that .bashrc is also executed when you open another bash inside the existing terminal. So it isn't a 100% match of the specification.
Sep
28
awarded  Revival