So, I've been trying to create a USB key for my machine.
I've used PAM-Usb as described in many places over the internet (for example this one, which is basically copypasted everywhere). I understand what happens there and thats pretty neat.
My problem is - if I lock screen (with button, plugging USB off or with
gnome-screensaver-command -l), then
gnome-screensaver-command -d won't bring me back to my desktop, but rather wakes up the monitor. I still have to provide password - and I don't want that when I plug USB stick in.
I don't want to turn off password prompt at unlock. I want my computer freely accessible at any given moment when USB stick is plugged in and accessible with password in other case.
So, the question is: how do I unlock gnome-screensaver with a command line?
PS. Funny thing: if I use a USB key, then I don't have to provide password when logging in. On the other hand, on unlock it is needed. I understand why it happens, but still, it looks weird.
I forgot: I'm using plain (meaning Unity-based) Ubuntu 15.04. No screensaver-related modifications were made.