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    Question COnfigure KDE to not sleep

    I am looking into how to prevent KDE from sleeping during periods of perceived inactivity. If I am streaming a movie, or downloading/uploading a file, the computer (I am assuming) goes into a sleep mode, and the activity (stream up/download) stops and fails. I looked into yast and could not find a setting for that, and the KDE desktop only has monitor settings.
    Any help is appreciated.
    Thanks
    John Kilbert

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    Default Re: COnfigure KDE to not sleep

    Quote Originally Posted by kilbert View Post
    I am looking into how to prevent KDE from sleeping during periods of perceived inactivity. If I am streaming a movie, or downloading/uploading a file, the computer (I am assuming) goes into a sleep mode, and the activity (stream up/download) stops and fails. I looked into yast and could not find a setting for that, and the KDE desktop only has monitor settings.
    Any help is appreciated.
    Configure Desktop->Power Management?

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    Default Re: COnfigure KDE to not sleep

    wolfi323 wrote:

    > Configure Desktop->Power Management?


    These are my settings
    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...ngs-kde4.9.png

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