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    Default How to DISABLE BLACK screen under Gnome ?

    openSUSE12.1
    Gnome3.2
    If 5... 6 minutes not to touch the keyboard and a mouse the screen in the laptop becomes black (disconnected)..

    The interdiction on screensaver - hasn't helped...

    In the LXDE with screensaver 5.14 i can disabled this. and under LXDE - all OK. Screen not black...

    What can i do for thi in the Gnome ?

    Serg

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    Default Re: How to DISABLE BLACK screen under Gnome ?

    Hi
    You can disable the screensaver via gnome-session-properties, or use System-Settings to change the timeout.
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    Default Re: How to DISABLE BLACK screen under Gnome ?

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    You can disable the screensaver via gnome-session-properties, or use System-Settings to change the timeout.
    Alt-F2 | gnome-session-properties | remove screensaver

    reboot

    but this is don`t help.

    Serg

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    Default Re: How to DISABLE BLACK screen under Gnome ?

    Quote Originally Posted by skoltogyan View Post
    Alt-F2 | gnome-session-properties | remove screensaver

    reboot

    but this is don`t help.

    Serg
    Go to your User Menu (Top Right Corner) and choose "System Settings" then click on "Screen" and then adjust "Turn off after:" setting. If you need longer, then you'll want to install the "Presentation Mode" extension. (see: http://forums.opensuse.org/english/g...ml#post2410333 and http://forums.opensuse.org/english/g...ml#post2410401

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