Bug#437019: Don't lock display on suspend-to-RAM
joss at debian.org
Sat Aug 11 22:49:07 UTC 2007
Le vendredi 10 août 2007 à 00:58 -0400, Tim Hull a écrit :
> Package: gnome-power-manager
> Version: 2.18.3-1
> Priority: wishlist
> Currently, when one suspends-to-RAM using the "Suspend" option in
> gnome-power-manager, the display is locked upon resume from suspend.
> This is somewhat annoying, as I did not set my system to lock on
> suspend-to-RAM in the suspend scripts. Could gnome-power-manager not
> do this by default? It is quite annoying for a user who suspends
> their system for short periods of time often and has no way of
> disabling this besides calling suspend-to-RAM scripts manually from
> the command line.
This is intentional, because it is a very bad idea, security speaking,
not to lock the screen when you are not using the system.
If you really want to do that, you can change
the /apps/gnome-power-manager/lock_on_suspend GConf key.
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