brucen at ksl.com.au
Mon Mar 12 04:00:21 UTC 2007
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I have been trying everything to *disable* the screen saver on my new
Ubuntu Edgy install with no success. This command - xset s off - worked
a treat! Thanks for leading me down that path!! Now on to the dsp0 /
dsp1 issue, which I think another post about udev may help...
Ross Campbell wrote:
> Yes. All you need to do is ensure that xscreensaver is getting started
> before mythtv and that you don't have "xset -s" to disable the
> screensaver anywhere in your mythtv startup.
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