How to disable lock screen in Linux Mint 13 Cinnamon

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http://www.linuxandlife.com – In Linux Mint Cinnamon, if you are idle for a while, you computer screen will blank out and the lock screen feature will be activated and you will have to enter your password to re-access your computer. If you dont want to enter the password all the time, you can disable the lock screen feature easily. To do so in Cinnamon, you can use the familiar tool gconf-editor, but you will have to install it first. Just open the terminal and run the following command to install gconf-editor: sudo apt-get install gconf-editor Next, hit Alt + F2 and type "gconf-editor": The configuration window (Distributions)