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Re: [linux-dell-laptops] I7K - power mgt for display

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  • David Corbin
    I m running KDE, but I m running it on remote machine. The laptop is only an X display (essentially), so I suspect that nothing on the X client side will turn
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 30, 2003
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      I'm running KDE, but I'm running it on remote machine. The laptop is
      only an X display (essentially), so I suspect that nothing on the X
      client side will turn off the display on my remote X server. As for the
      age of X, I doubt it's that old. The laptop is Debian woody.

      Damien Solley wrote:

      >If you're using xscreensaver (highly likely!) it has a "power management
      >mode", which actually turns of the screen (not just blacking) it. Gnome
      >and Kde have the screensaver options in their preferences or
      >configuration screen.Alternatively, just run: xscreensaver-demo
      >to configure it.
      >
      >[note: I don't think XFree86 v3.x supported screen blanking... but your
      >version of X isn't _that_ old, is it? ;-) )
      >
      >Damien
      >
      >On Wed, 2003-07-30 at 22:00, David Corbin wrote:
      >
      >
      >>Can I configure my kernel to automatically put the screen into "power
      >>saver mode" without putting the rest of the system into "power saver
      >>mode" after a certain amount of idle time?
      >>
      >>Unfortunately, using a "blank screen saver" still puts out an awful
      >>lot
      >>of light in a dark room.
      >>
      >>David
      >>
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