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You can do this via PAM configuration. For example, if you use XScreenSaver, you'd edit /etc/pam.d/xscreensaver and change the @include common-auth line. Rather than repeat all the details, I'll point you to my answer to Set sudo password differently from login one. The procedure is almost exactly the same, except that you'll be editing the PAM config for ...


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Okay, so I managed to solve it - maybe it's not the most elegant way but it works and it's good enough. First I wrote a small script: #!/bin/sh i3lock -i ~/Pictures/lock.png Saved it (e.g. .locker) to the HOME address, then I ran "chmod +x .locker" so I could execute it and at the Custom Shortcuts to the Command line I wrote ./.locker Choose an ...



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