[Stretch - LXDE] - Disable password after suspend.

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[Stretch - LXDE] - Disable password after suspend.

Postby Coline » 2017-05-04 07:01

Hi ! :)

I've installed Debian Stretch on my laptop. Everything is fine except some issues with xscreensaver.

- I uninstalled light-locker.
- I can't uninstall xscreensaver (if I uninstall it, the system installs light-locker)
- I can't disable xscreensaver : if I kill it, the next wake-up works fine, but xscreensaver becomes active. So, I can do only one suspend without password.
- I checked all the options of xscreensaver. There is no "screen lock option" active or something like that.

Any idea ? Thanks you for reading ! :)
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Re: [Stretch - LXDE] - Disable password after suspend.

Postby deborah-and-ian » 2017-05-04 08:01

Some meta package is desperately needing a screensaver. Check it by:

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apt-cache rdepends xscreensaver
apt-cache rdepends light-locker
Debian GNU/Linux 9 Stretch w/Gnome 3.22

Acer Aspire E5-521G
AMD A8-6410 APU
4 GB RAM
integrated AMD Mullins
dedicated AMD Hainan Radeon R5 M240 2 GB
240 GB Toshiba Q300 SSD
Realtek RTL8111/8168/8411 ethernet
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9565 wireless
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Re: [Stretch - LXDE] - Disable password after suspend.

Postby Coline » 2017-05-04 08:52

Hi. :)

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#apt-cache rdepends xscreensaver
xscreensaver
Reverse Depends:
 |acpi-support
 xscreensaver-gl
 xscreensaver-data
 |xautolock
 |unicode-xscreensaver
 |rss-glx
 |lxlock
 |lxqt-session
 lxqt-core
 lxde-core
 icewm-common
 |hibernate
 goban-ss
 gkrellshoot
 fvwm-crystal
 cwm
 blueproximity
 afterstep


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#apt-cache rdepends light-locker
light-locker
Reverse Depends:
 |lxqt-session
 xfce4-session
 task-xfce-desktop
 |lxlock


I guess lxlock may be a clue.

It worked ! I uninstalled lxlock then xscreensaver and the resume doesn't ask the password anymore. Thanks you for your help ! I didn't know the way to see the dependances with apt-get.
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