Screensaver when not logged in?
s1465 at lstud.ii.uib.no
Sun May 18 07:16:16 PDT 2003
On Sun, 18 May 2003, Steven Lake wrote:
> I know that the automatic screensaver kicks in when I'm logged in
> an inactive for a while, but is there a way to set it so the screensaver
> comes on even if I'm not logged in?
> Also, where do I change screensavers? What file?
> Lastly, how do I set an automatic screensaver in Xwindows that
> automatically locks the machine as soon as the timeout passes? I'm using
> KDE 3.1 and I want some way to automatically lock out my machine if I
> forget to and walk away.
You find it in /etc/rc.conf
You could ofcourse use /stand/sysinstall as root if you like the easy
way, but I guess you don't :) I'm not using kde right now, but I'm pretty
sure it's as easy as 'open control center then point'n-click screen-
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