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You have to modify the file ~/.config/openbox/lxde-rc.xml Change: <animateIconify>yes</animateIconify> to <animateIconify>no</animateIconify> P.S.: If you are under lubuntu the file can also be named ~/.config/openbox/lubuntu-rc.xml
WARNING: These ideas are only for users who are well-versed in both Linux as a whole and Arch Linux. If you're willing to tread into dangerous territory, you can slim a base Arch install down to less than 500MB installed. This requires doing some very dangerous things: removing all unnecessary locales (already covered) removing any firmware files not ...
There is xautolock which can start a script after some idle time. It is used like this xautolock -time "$MINUTES" -locker "$SCRIPT" It is supposed to be used with xlock which can lock the screen and starts a screensaver. Since you need to deactivate the screen when the timeout is reached and reactivate it when you move the mouse or press any key. You ...
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