Re: Green monitor functions
>>>>> Remco Blaakmeer writes:
[How do you use the monitor's energy saving features?]
> > In fact, you can configure the whole thing in /etc/XF86Config.
> > Some lines from mine are:
> > Section "Screen"
> > Driver "accel"
> > Device "S3_868"
> > BlankTime 15
> > SuspendTime 20
> > OffTime 30
Is there any way to configure this outside of X?
I know about
setterm blank n
which is fine as far as it goes, but I think it only blanks the screen
rather than using the more advanced power saving features.
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