Disable Lock Screen on Hibernate
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 25, 2009
How can I disable the lock screen when returning from hibernation? This is for my best friends laptop, and it's a single user system. I've looked through the settings, and can't find anything on it. It's running Ubuntu 9.04.
She just finds it annoying to login when returning from hibernation, and would like it just to wake back up to the desktop. Is this possible?
how to disable lock screen!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 25, 2012
the fact that i cannot disable "lock screen" is driving me nuts. i have multiple boxes with "disable lock screen" checked in gocnf2 and yet still have a locked screen after a few minutes of inactivity. the system settings "lock screen" toggle is grayed out and unresponsive.
How to change or disable lock screen in 10.04?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 13, 2010
Hey. I upgraded to 10.04 a few days ago. My only problem is that it goes to the lock screen too quickly. I get up to use the bathroom, get back, and have to type in my password, which annoys me.
It's probably quite obvious, but how to I increase the time in which the screen locks when left idle?
can't disable lock screen when going for suspend
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 28, 2011
Whether this box is clicked or not, my computer always locks the screen when going into suspend. Is there maybe a config file that overrides this?
How to disable Lock Screen when close laptop screen?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 14, 2006
I'm running Ubuntu Breezy with GNOME on my laptop and it automatically locks the screen when I close the lid on my laptop. Often I'm working, and I want to get up and move the laptop, so I close the lid and it goes into Lock Screen mode. This is very annoying because then I have to log in again.
It would be nice if I could just disable the Lock Screen function for lid closing, but I would settle for being about to disable the Lock Screen function all the time in GNOME. Anyone know how to do this?
Disable Lock Screen
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I am looking for a way to replace the stock lock screen (with an app, not a rom).
What is the best way to do it, for a start to disable the lock screen on as much devices as possible?
How to disable lock screen on Android
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I want to disable the lock screen in a certain app. My problem is that this also disables the lock screen for the whole phone. So I added lock.reenableKeyguard(); to the onPause() method, but this is called not only when the user exits the app but everytime a new activity starts in that app. Do I have to disable the lock screen in every activity and add this onPause method? Is there way to manage this only in the first activity that is shows when the app starts?
Btw I also reenable the lock screen in the onStop and onDestroy methods. The other problem with onPause is that it is also called when I turn off the phone's screen (by pressing the power button or what is that called), so when I first open the app, I turn off the screen then turn it on, there is no lock screen, but when I turn it off-on again, there is it, as I reenable it in the onPause method.
How do I disable "lock screen" in Gnome.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 17, 2007
I am configuring a new remote for my MythTV box (running Ubuntu Edgy, Myth 0.20) and one of the buttons locks the screen! I have successfully attributed "Escape" button to it through xmodmap, and its keycode does not seem to be mapped to anything else!
I tried to change the key that locks the screen - in /etc/acpi/lockbtn.sh it says:
and I commented it out without results
I then attempted to change the /usr/share/acpi-support/key-constants and put the keycode for the button I want to lock the screen instead of $KEY_COFFEE but that also failed to fix the issue
I am pulling out my hair!!!
The stupid button on the remote still locks the screen and the one I want for that function does nothing!
If I can't find the answer soon - I might just uninstall xscreensaver (I think that has the program to lock the screen - if not - please tell me ). I would rather not be able to lock the screen than to be unable to get this button to stop
How Do I Disable Xscreensaver Screen Lock Altogether?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 17, 2012
Sorta new to Linux....been researching my problem for a few days now...
I'm running Debian Squeeze. My desktop is xfce4. My window manager is gdm.
I am trying to figure out a way to disable the screen lock function altogether, as I have no use for such.
Let me tell you how I can get the screen to become locked without commanding it to do so:
Let's say I've got a user session open on the desktop. I go to the task bar and click the "User switching" icon, and then log into my wife's desktop. Now, when I leave her desktop (so that I can return to mine) via a "Log Out" or "switch user" action, I get the xscreensaver splash screen on a black background, asking for my user password. This is not what I want.
I've fooled around with the xflock4 and xdg-screensaver scripts to no avail.
How can I disable the screen lock altogether?
Disable/Remove "Lock Screen" in Gnome Main Menu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 11, 2012
I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 and I have created a "guest" account. I want to remove the "Lock Screen" option from the Main Menu (not the Menu Bar). I've tried changing "/apps/panel/global/disable_lock_screen" in gconf-editor to True, but it is not effected. "/apps/panel/global/disable_log_out" works just fine. I also read this post, but my system does not have a file called "~/.local/share/gnome-main-menu/system-items.xbel".
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