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RE: Deactivating password request after screen lock

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From: fedora-list-bounces redhat com [mailto:fedora-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Beartooth
Sent: Saturday, December 20, 2008 3:42 PM
To: fedora-list redhat com
Subject: Re: Deactivating password request after screen lock

>	First off, any damn webgibberish in email is *evil* (as well as a 
> gross violation of netiquette, as you should know; on lists it's in 
> general, it's worse; and on this one it's verboten. 

First off, the webgibberish as you call it is added as a courtesy thanks to corporate ITD's mail gateway, not really something I can control unless I force the email out another gateway that they don’t control....

> 	Just this once, however, if repeat *if* you mean what it sounds 
> like, it's easy.

> 	The names differ slightly from release to release; in F9, F10, 
> and other recent ones, you simply click Main Menu > System > Preferences 
> > Look and Feel > Screensaver. (There are two. To be safe, do both.) In 
> the bottom left corner, make sure Lock Screen After is *not* checked. 
> This usually fixes it.

That was sort of the answer I anticipated but that’s more of a per user solution and I was really looking for a universal solution that would work no matter who logs on. I will check it out though.

Thanks for the response and answer
Michael Weiner

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