I recently installed Fedora 22 and I'm using GNOME v3.16.2. I am new to Fedora, but moderately experienced with Linux. I cannot figure out how to lock my screen with a keyboard shortcut.
I have tried setting the "Lock Screen" shortcut to Ctrl+Alt+L and Super+L in the keyboard settings. But no matter what I set key binding to, nothing ever happens.
The only way I can lock my screen is to manually open
XScreenSaver, start the daemon and manually lock the screen. But this is not the lock screen I am used to from running an older version of GNOME on SUSE 11.
After a couple of days of no responses, I would like to change my question a bit.
How can I check that the GNOME screensaver is actually runnable?
Can it be launched from the command line? (How?)
What is the name of the process so I can check to see if it is actually running?
Can I reinstall the lock screen via DNF?