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One solution is to use slock (apt-get install suckless-tools) which does not put the display to sleep. You'll need xautolock if you want to run it automatically.


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Yes, Conky lua can be a better option. for you to get a desktop widget. But you need to modify it with htop. conky uses top.


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.xsessionrc is executed for all session types. The session type is available in the variable STARTUP (for most session types), so you can put conditional statements in your .xsessionrc: case "$STARTUP" in xmonad-session) …;; gnome-session) …;; esac The X session startup scripts are documented in Xsession(5). You may need to read the code in /etc/X11/...


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I had the same issue with Gnome 3.14.0 running under Debian Jessie. The previous answer sent me in the right direction and I discovered that the issue was down to the Pidgin IM integraton plugin by muffinmad. After disabling this plugin the unlock timeout reverted to normal behaviour.



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