Am Thu, 23 Feb 2012 12:16:35 -0800
schrieb Grant <email@example.com>:
> >> [snip]
> >> > I've been using xautolock for years and years. What's good about it is you
> >> > can have any 'locker' you want. For now, I'm using feh in slideshow mode.
> >> > For another, you can specify another program as a 'killer' such as a suspend
> >> > or hibernate script. However, for a traditional ss, I have been using xlock
> >> > forever - many more modes than xscreensaver, and just a simple binary to
> >> > worry about.
> >> >
> >> > Terry
> >> I think I'm going with xautolock and either vlock or xlockmore. *It
> >> looks like there isn't an init.d script for xautolock. *What is the
> >> best way to run it automatically in Gentoo?
> > I start xautolock from my .xinitrc.
> >> Is there a keyboard shortcut to trigger xautolock?
> > No, you will need to configure your environment. I configured a shortcut for my
> > window manager that executes "xautolock -locknow", but you could also probably
> > use something like xbindkeys instead.
> Thanks Marc.
> - Grant
Late realisation: I should probably respond to this
. So, you're welcome!
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