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After some research, I think I've got enough information to post an answer to my own question. In Gnome Shell 3.6 and earlier, the old gnome-screensaver program was present, and if GDM was not running, gnome-screensaver would be invoked - allowing you to lock the screen. Starting in Gnome Shell 3.8 (included in Fedora 19), gnome-screensaver support has ...


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You could check if you are running in a graphical terminal and only set TMOUT if you are not. An easy way to do this is the tty command: tty - print the file name of the terminal connected to standard input When run from a GUI terminal emulator: $ tty /dev/pts/5 When run from a virtual console: $ tty /dev/tty2 So, adding these lines to your ...


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There are a couple of examples on the Arch Wiki systemd page. Basically, it involves creating a service file for your screen locker and ensuring it is hooked to either the suspend, hibernate or sleep targets. If you use a simple screen locker like slock, your file would look like this: [Unit] Description=Lock the screen on resume from suspend [Service] ...


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The details on how to do this were found here in this blog post titled: Locking the screen from the command line in Gnome 3.8. Manually triggering The dbus-send command can be used to send this message, in this case we're sending the "Lock" message to the screensaver. $ dbus-send --type=method_call --dest=org.gnome.ScreenSaver \ ...


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The latest versions of Cinnamon come with their wn screensaver package so these solutions might not work, but they do on my Cinnamon 1.8.8. lightsOn LighstOn is a simple BASH script that will inhibit the screensaver when it detects any of a list of user defined programs (mplayer, and therefore smplayer, are on the list by default) running in full screen ...


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Use caffeine yaourt -S caffeine if yaourt installed otherwise you will have to build it from here AUR For caffeine after it is running. Activate it. It differs slightly based on DM how to set it up. You just need to add the executable to caffeine. I am not familiar with Urban Terror, but you might have to include the wine part of the executable ...


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Screen locking was handled by gnome-screensaver up until GNOME 3.8. The application has been deprecated by the GNOME team and it functionality has been divided up among gnome-shell, gnome-session, & GDM. If you just want to get things working you might have better luck using xscreensaver.



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