Re: Debian v9 and auto logoff
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On Sat, Jul 01, 2017 at 10:20:13AM -0700, Mike Kupfer wrote:
> tony mollica wrote:
> > I let the xscreensaver run overnight and it appears that after some
> > time, whatever amount of time that is, the system still falls back to
> > the lightdm greeter for logging in. However, after logging in again I
> > now get the xscreensaver unlock input window,
> This doesn't sound to me like you're being logged out. Rather it sounds
> like light-locker is locking your screen, which is does by bringing up a
> new lightdm instance.
But what happens then to the current X session? A new lightdm instance
would bring with it a new session?
> > The question is still 'where is the auto logoff taking place and where
> > is the config for that"?
> Please check whether light-locker is running. If it is, you could
> disable it in the list of startup applications. Or, depending on what
> desktop environment you're using, you could try removing the package
Yes, that's the approach Tony is taking. Seems the best, for now.
- -- tomás
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