I run xdm under Debian 2.0, using the S3 server. It seems
Debian enables DPMS (don't even know what it stands for ;-() by
default. However, I've changed the standby, suspend and poweroff
timeouts to 120, 180 and 600 seconds respectively. Now, it quite often
happens that I leave the system for brief periods of time and come
back to find the monitor (a Samtron) in standby/suspend mode. Is this
constant switching harmful to the monitor ? Or should I increse the
length of the timeouts ?
- K. Arun
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