On 08/31/2009 07:48 PM, brian wrote:
On 08/31/2009 06:05 PM, Tony Nelson wrote:
If you can't solve the problem, and you don't need fancy Power
Management services, you can `yum remove gnome-power-manager`. I did
that and also removed gnome-screensaver, replacing both with
xscreensaver. I don't use suspend or hibernate, but I do want the
display to sleep, and, as a bonus, I get better looking screensavers.
I did lose the ability to switch users without first unlocking the
OK, I've done that. I should know by tomorrow if it worked, as this box
has been shutting down several times a day.
After a couple of days, it looks like this did the trick. Thanks.
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