I'm using PAMUSB to lock my RPi, which works fine. When the USB Stick is pulled, I use xscreensaver-command -lock to lock the machine.
Here comes the tricky part, I can't quite figure out yet. xscreensaver comes with several slideshows, but pretty much all of them suck because they insist on useless transition effects. Also I can't use any GLX modules ( e.g.
Is there a way go identify the name of which screensaver was last playing an xscreensaver session? A log or a variable of which screensaver played last in xscreensaver, in a scriptfile on the system? If you have it set to cycle or random.
I want to get rid of the xscreensaver config file in my home .xscreensaver. I read in man xscreensaver, that:
Options to xscreensaver are stored in one of two places: in a .xscreensaver file in
your home directory; or in the X resource database. If the
.xscreensaver file exists, it overrides any settings in the resource database
I am new in this, I have installed Ubuntu 12.04 (precise) I uninstalled gnome screensaver and got Xscreensaver working almost perfect. The only problem I am having is when my laptop is running Xscreensaver for more than 5 minutes key strokes or touch pad are not recognized so I have to hard reset my laptop to be able to work because no matter what I do Xscreensaver do not come off....
I find it very annoying that xscreensaver sometimes helpfully starts while I'm playing Urban Terror, and was wondering if there is a better way to solve this than making some script to run Urban Terror which kills xscreensaver first.
My system is Arch Linux, with xscreensaver 5.22.