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    Question KDE desktop delay hibernate

    Hi, my apologies if this is answered somewhere obvious, but I've searched and couldn't find an answer.

    I'm running KDE on 13.1 and have occasional long running jobs (visualisation rendering). The KDE desktop power manager is kicking in and sleeping the machine while they're running. I'd like the machine to sleep after 30 mins of inactivity except when certain jobs (programs) are running.

    How can I do this?

    Thanks for any advice or direction to the right bit of documentation:-)

    David

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    Default Re: KDE desktop delay hibernate

    Quote Originally Posted by jetojedno View Post
    Hi, my apologies if this is answered somewhere obvious, but I've searched and couldn't find an answer.

    I'm running KDE on 13.1 and have occasional long running jobs (visualisation rendering). The KDE desktop power manager is kicking in and sleeping the machine while they're running. I'd like the machine to sleep after 30 mins of inactivity except when certain jobs (programs) are running.

    How can I do this?

    Thanks for any advice or direction to the right bit of documentation:-)

    David
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    Default Re: KDE desktop delay hibernate

    Quote Originally Posted by Fraser_Bell View Post
    Configure Desktop=>Power Management
    Thanks for your reply - I'd already looked there. Can you tell me which option allows me to prevent suspend or hibernate until a particular job has finished running?

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