Re: lock screen command?
Hendrik Sattler schrieb:
If you configured your screensaver, that it will lock the session
after xx seconds kdesktop_lock just activates the sreensaver but
doesn't lock the session immediately.
Am Mittwoch, 2. November 2005 20:28 schrieb Alan Ezust:
When I select the "K" menu, one of my choices is "lock screen".
It's one of the few menu choices which I am unable to find in kmenuedit.
Is there a command one can run from the command line which does the
same thing as "lock screen" from the k menu?
It's called kdesktop_lock
dcop kdesktop KScreensaverIface lock does lock the session
immediately indepent from the screensaver settings.
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