[kde-linux] Monitor power control by KDM
dalek at exceedtech.net
Sat Jan 27 12:24:38 UTC 2007
> Peter Humphrey wrote:
>> This box runs 24 hours a day, except for those times when it's too noisy to
>> leave running overnight, and it has an LCD screen which I'm happy to switch
>> off when I'm not using it. Therefore I neither need nor want screen
>> blanking or "saving" of any kind. I've managed to get KDE not to interfere
>> once it's running, but if I start the system up from cold and am then
>> distracted before logging in via KDM, by the time I get back I have a dead
>> screen, and the only way out is a hard reset. When I did that this morning,
>> during the boot-up reiserfsck found over 700 outstanding disk transactions.
>> That makes me nervous.
>> How do I prevent KDM from blanking my screen? I already have APM disabled in
>> the kernel config.
>> Thanks for any help you can offer.
> I think if you remove the dpms option from xorg.conf that it will
> disable the power off feature. I know before I had that in my xorg.conf
> file, my monitor would stay on.
> May be worth checking on. I would be wondering why it does that
> though. There may be more to it than just dpms.
> Hope that helps.
> :-) :-) :-) :-)
Oh, you may want to check xset too. I forgot about it.
:-) :-) :-)
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