installed Fedora 14 on my desktop a couple of days ago. For the most part, it seems to be fine, but I've got a problem with the 'put display to sleep when inactive for' setting. From the desktop, I've tried going to system/preferences/power management, where I've set the display to go to sleep when inactive for 30 minutes - however, it instead goes to sleep after five minutes. The same applies whether I set it to 10m, 30m, 1hr or never.
Having looked online, someone mentioned gconf-editor as a fix to another issue, so I decided to give that a try as well. Under /apps/gnome-power-manager/timeout, I tried setting sleep_display_ac, sleep_display_battery and sleep_display_ups each to 1800 ("The amount of time in seconds before the display goes to sleep" - 30mins, by my maths) on the off-chance that the OS had incorrectly detected the power source, but the display again went to sleep after five minutes.
If it makes any difference, I'm not using a screensaver, and I think the kernel I have installed is 188.8.131.52-92.fc14.i686 (that's what's given in System Monitor). I've also tried running yum update, again just on the off-chance it'd fix something, but everything is up to date.
I am using F14 installed from DVD, updated to the latest bugfixes for all packages; I also have the nvidia proprietary drivers installed.I have configured my gnome-screensaver using gnome-screensaver-preferences to have a delay of one hour before it blanks the screen. However, no matter the settings I choose (even testing with only a 1 minute delay) the screensaver always kicks in at the 10 minute mark. This persists no matter the graphics driver I use.The only means by which I can stop the screen from locking while watching videos online is to kill the gnome-screensaver daemon.What information should I provide to assist in determining why this is happening? It's very aggravating. I'll include my current xorg.conf in the event that it may help.
I have an odd problem since preupgrading from Fedora 12 to Fedora 14.
My power management settings are set to never put the monitor to sleep, yet after a certain amount of time, lo and behold, the Fedora box has gone blank and I have to enter my user information and password to get back to my gnome session.
In the power management preferences I have "never" selected for both putting the computer or display to sleep.
In the screensaver preferences "Lock Screen After" is *not* checked. (And if I click "advanced" I also note that "Power Management Enabled" is also *not* checked).
I'd just as soon not have to "log on" to this machine every time I'm away from it for a while.
I have NTFS-protected directories under Windows. However under Linux, even though I'm not logged in as a Super-User, Ubuntu cheerfully mounts all NTFS partitions on this machine and EVERY computer on my home network. This gives my GUESTS complete access to all machines connected to my network: Nautilus -> Windows Network -> Workgroup -> Clicking on any computer Name gives access to windows' administrative shares C$, D$, etc. I've always known that Linux ignores Windows security, but... what is the solution?
Anyone noticing intermittent problems with the screensaver not kicking in or the display not sleeping? This is in gnome under F11.I have the Power Management Preferences set to put the display to sleep after 30 minutes of inactivity and gnome screensaver is configured for 5 minutes idle time.On a regular basis, I'll leave my computer come back anda) the screensaver hasn't kicked inorb) the screensaver kicked in, but the power management features didn't kick in to put the display to sleep.It seems to be an intermittent problem and usually it goes away after I restart X, but then at some point it comes back. In the past, I've gotten in the habit of being logged in for weeks/months at a time but I find that I can't go more than a few hours without logging out and back in or else the screen won't go to sleep.
I recently installed Fedora 13 64 bit with KDE and everything works perfectly with the exception of display properties. I have two monitors which I have setup as multiple displays here is the result of xrandr when all is good.
Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 2960 x 1050, maximum 8192 x 8192 VGA-0 connected 1280x1024+1680+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 310mm x 230mm 1280x1024 60.0* 1152x864 75.0 1024x768 85.0 75.1 75.0 70.1 60.0 832x624 74.6 75.0 800x600 85.1 72.2 75.0 60.3 56.2 640x480 85.0 72.8 75.0 66.7 60.0 720x400 87.8 70.1
HDMI-0 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) DVI-0 connected 1680x1050+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 433mm x 271mm 1680x1050 60.0*+ 1280x1024 75.0 60.0 1440x900 59.9 1280x800 59.8 1152x864 75.0 1280x720 60.0 1024x768 75.1 60.0 800x600 75.0 60.3 640x480 75.0 60.0 720x400 70.1
However when I log out and back in it reverts to cloned displays with xrandr output Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 1152 x 864, maximum 8192 x 8192 VGA-0 connected 1152x864+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 310mm x 230mm 1280x1024 60.0 1152x864 75.0* 1024x768 85.0 75.1 75.0 70.1 60.0 832x624 74.6 75.0 800x600 85.1 72.2 75.0 60.3 56.2 640x480 85.0 72.8 75.0 66.7 60.0 720x400 87.8 70.1
HDMI-0 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) DVI-0 connected 1152x864+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 433mm x 271mm 1680x1050 60.0 + 1280x1024 75.0 60.0 1440x900 59.9 1280x800 59.8 1152x864 75.0* 1280x720 60.0 1024x768 75.1 60.0 800x600 75.0 60.3 640x480 75.0 60.0 720x400 70.1
I'm have an ATI Radeon 3450 HD graphics card and I believe I installed the mesa driver as the proprietary one simply won't install.
I have just installed KDE 4.4 on Fedora 12 in addition to GNOME. The default Display resolution is the highest available. I changed it to a lower resolution. However, when I reboot, the resolution switches back to the default setting.
My display is set to sleep after 30 minutes of inactivity. When I go to sleep at night I don't want to wait 30 minutes for the monitor to shutdown, is there any way I can use the keyboard (like a hotkey) for :
1. Start my screensaver (when I go for 5-10 minutes afk for example).
Since doing the update which included kernel "184.108.40.206-141 fc12-i686 PAE" I can no longer boot into my usual 1280x960 desktop. I can set it using NVidia settings but even though this offers to modify xorg.conf it fails to do so. I have tried running as root and it doesn't then give an error message but when I look at xorg. conf there is no section.showing any specific screen size. It worked ok before the update. In case it is relevant the video card is a Quadro FX1400 with KDE. Also the whole program seems rather unstable since the update.
I am using GeForce 7600 GSNot using the Nvidia X driver message you know... I searched all over, and seen this problem on many searches but no resolve issues.I want to be able to connect my tv, I use to be able to when I first installed Ubuntu and now IdK.
I just recently changed one of my OSs to Ubuntu 10.04. I have run into a somewhat annoying problem. The problem: My monitor is going to sleep after 10 min. of inactivity no matter how I have the system set. I do not wish for this to occur, I mean why bother having a screensaver? lol I am using a desktop PC. The Power Management daemon is enabled. I have power management set to - Put computer to sleep when inactive for: Never Put display to sleep when inactive for: Never When power button is pressed: Shutdown When suspend button is pressed: Suspend
I have screensaver set to- Activate screensaver when computer is idle: unchecked Lock screen when screensaver is active: unchecked The duration slider is maxed out to 2 hours. The sleep function of my monitor is turned off. It's a Compaq WF 1907. I know it's Ubuntu because my monitor OSD is showing a "No Signal" message when it happens and it never happens when I am using Linux Mint 9. Since LM9 is built on top of Ubuntu, this leads me to believe a setting is simply not taking. Ubuntu is fully updated. I have a wonderful desktop set up and I would really hate to scrap it and go back to LM on this partition but this is really irritating. Is there some way to make it work the way it's supposed to?
When I try to run the 'system-config-display' program for Fedora 11 and I use the dual head tab, attempting to save the settings results in this:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/share/system-config-display/xConfigDialog.py", line 212, in ok if card.getDescription() == self.secondVideocardOptionMenu.get_menu().get_acti ve().get_data("NAME"): AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'get_data'
I applied Power Management settings to put my computer to sleep in the hope that it would only sleep when it wasn't downloading something in Deluge. Unfortunately it would seem that it puts the computer to sleep despite Deluge being active. No biggie I thought, I'll just disable the sleep settings my setting them both back to NEVER. However, it ignores my new settings and still puts the display / computer to sleep, at the exact times I set originally!
Linux downloaded new updates and worked perfectly. Next time I started mint, just before the login screen appears display says No Signal and goes in sleep mode. I think that mint downloaded somekind of display driver update wich is not compatible with my driver card. I can't see desktop, I just hear the login sound and that's all. What should I do? I'm new with linux.
I used ubuntu for about a year, it was very good but decided to try to learn a little linux so am trying fedora. Well I just got the system installed, and apart from no flash (which I will investigate later) I have an issue with my monitor. It is not detected and has settings as such:
I know my Monitor wich is 19 inches was detected in ubuntu and had a much higher resolution. I'd like to know if this is an all or nothing thing. Meaning if my monitor shows the above settings I am stuck with it or if there is hope. I am at Fedora to lean so I am ready for a fight, but there is just no way I could use the computer as it is...
So where do I begin? Is there any way to manually in some config file put my settings which I am pretty sure I can get from the manufactures site? Or is there some type of hardware detection tool that I can download and run?
I've checked gdmsetup and there isn't anything that I can see that keeps my general users from getting in remotely. I can get the Gnome to login as root but not as a user. SSH from PuTTY works fine for all users. The error I get actually says that the username or password is incorrect - checked using SSH and it is fine.
This applies to users of 10.04 (64 bit), but I would like to hear from those running 10.04 (32 bit) and 9.10 (64 or 32 bit).Would you be good enough to answer this question: Do you have an �enable scanner option� (or a variation of that phrase) in (GOTO) System-Administration-Users & Groups- [Your Admin Account]- Advanced Settings- User Privileges?It would be immensely helpful of you if you could do this and post me your answer.
I fixed my wireless driver, turned on power management, and, that keeps getting reset to the defaults after sleep or hibernate (KDE control panel). There are many places to hard code fixes like these, but, is there some place dedicated to post-restore scripts? I don't want to put my script somwhere that it's going to get clobbered on a system update.This system really needs an /etc/rc.local anyway. Can I just create one and put it in the string of things to run at transition between runstate 3 and 5? Will that always get run with the powermanagement stuff?
I've recently upgraded my home server from fc5 to fc13 which means installing the latest version of postfix (identified as 2.7.0 in the maillog). It is used to send mail from cron jobs and logwatch to a local mailbox (aliased) and my googlemail account so I can monitor when away from home. I finally got it working, but had to pull a trick that I feel bad about--it feels very hacky, and does not survive a reboot.The problem is no matter what I do, this version of Postfix ignores the settings for "masquerade_domains", "myhostname" and "mydomain" in main.cf, using instead whatever 127.0.0.1 (or :::1) is set to in /etc/hosts!!
To send mail to Internet locations, the "from" needs to be a valid domain. In an earlier version of Postfix (2.6.x) I just fudged this to a domain I own (that is parked) in main.cf using "masquerade_domains". Now I have to insert it in /etc/hosts instead of "localhost". I can't find anyone on the web who seems to be having this problem. Postfix is definitely reading main.cf as it is obviously picking up other setings such as debug_peer_level and proxy_interfaces.
As I said, it works, but I don't like my solution and /etc/hosts gets rewritten to ":::1 localhost6.localdomain6" when the system is rebooted, meaning I have to edit it to get Postfix working again as sendmail rejects "localhost6.localdomain6" as not found:
I recently installed likewise 6.0 on a Ubuntu 10.04 box and I was able to login as a Domain user. However my domain user account is not showing on the "User Settings" panel (I can only see locally created accounts). And if try to change login shell by typing "chsh", then it tells me user "DOMAINusername" does not exist in /etc/passwd.
Is it possible "reset" all (X, GDM related) permissions/settings of one user? What would cause one specific user not to be able to log into anything via gdm/the login screen? After providing the proper password, the screen goes black and then jumps back to the login screen. No session alternative works, not even xterm or gnome failsafe. I can however log in via the console (Ctrl+Alt+F6, recovery etc). With another user I can log in via GDM just fine, and deleting and re-adding the "broken" user doesn't make any difference.
Some (maybe) relevent logs:
part of syslog:
Dec 12 01:20:58 <specific user> pulseaudio: core-util.c: Home directory /etc/timidity not ours. Dec 12 01:20:58 <specific user> pulseaudio: lock-autospawn.c: Cannot access autospawn lock.
I received Ubuntu 10.10 (a friend gave me the cd) Well, I installed, but I can't change the display settings: the maximum it gives is 900x600 So, I went online and looked for a fix.. I found this:
Code: Sudo dpkg-reconfigure x server-xorg
Well, the problem is that according to the steps that the person who posted the code, I should type this code after executing Terminal before computer boots. and the way to execute Terminal is to have the key: escape holded Well, I do hold the key: escape. but I see no terminal! I have typed in normal mode...but, I guess the code only works before boot up. How can I execute terminal? is there any other way to fix the display settings? I currently have Windows Xp and Ubuntu.... and I have no problem with the display settings on Xp Can I do do from recovery mode?
Because I have 2 operating systems I get a screen like this (except mine is ubuntu 10.10) If I do it from the recovery mode.... would the code works?
When I plugin a 2nd monitor, the display settings in Configure Desktop allows me to change the display mode to single expanded screen versus duplicate desktop. However, after restart the computer, I have to do that again. I can understand that if I un-plug the 2nd monitor, it should intelligently switch to a single screen mode. But if I don't, it should remember it.
Make the matter worse, if I am in single span screen mode (1 desktop on 2 monitors) and I unplug the monitor while the computer is running, it would not know how to switch back, even in the Display settings of Configure Desktop saying it's in the single monitor mode. This means application and mouse can freely be pushed way over that area of the screen (hidden). I write free software too, and I don't let obvious bugs like this creep into a major distribution like OpenSuse 11.2. It just gives a bad image for OpenSuse and open source in general.