OK, I've got the deps Jaunito listed along with an 845g chipset, 915resolution invoked from bootlocal.sh. For testing purposes I've tried:xset dpms 0 0 60 ... which results in a "server does not have extension for dpms option" before fo...
I've not managed to get the couple of intel graphics chipsets to which I've had access to work confless with xorg, but they do work with a suitable xorg.conf culled from google.As for the 600 screensaver setting - I don't know, but maybe the xset linu...
Unfortunately I'm still a greenhorn when it comes to appending necessary information.[code]Xvesa -br -screen 1024x768x32 -shadow -mouse /dev/input/mice,5 -nolisten tcp -I >/dev/null 2>&1 &waitforX"$DESKTOP" 2>/tmp/wm_errors &export WM_PID=$![ -n "...
Just in case somebody wants to turn of blanking of the screen (beyond disabling the screensaver) here is a failsafe :P method:- edit your autostart and addxset -dpms &
xset s noblank &
xset s off &- if you have an xorg.conf file, edit it as root and add in the section "ServerLayout":Option "BlankTime" "0"
Becoming a bit annoyed here. Using the graphical configuration tool for KDE, I have disabled power management stuff. This is a desktop for my personal use, and I am not interested in monitor blanking. The screen, however, continues to blank.
I have determined that the culprit is DPMS. xset q output shows that DPMS is enabled.
although i expect that 99.9% + of you loathe it when your keyboard has clicky keys, that is the one thing that i gotta have. i never watch the screen when i'm hacking away; i watch my fingers. somebody who lives in another country hacked out a key-click program based on one he has written for his son for another purpose.