When the computer enters sleep it locks itself and I would like to avoid that. (Ubuntu 9.10)
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To disable the screen lock on suspend you must open a gconf-editor and disable the following options:
However with this settings when you press the suspend butto you get no screensaver at all and therefore no visible feedback until the laptop is switched off. I solved this second problem by creating a
It would be nice if gnome-power-manager would rename the current lock_on_* options to screensaver_on_* and add a new lock_screen option to decide if locking the screen or simply activating a screensaver.
MoarningSun got it partially working: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-power-manager/+bug/255228
Credit to mac for finding the launchpad bug report, and cleaning it up some.
What works in 11.04 is to use
you can also replace
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