gnome-screensaver-commandSection: User Commands (1)
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NAMEgnome-screensaver-command - controls GNOME screensaver
DESCRIPTIONgnome-screensaver-command is a tool for controlling an already running instance of gnome-screensaver.
- Causes the screensaver to exit gracefully
- -q, --query
- Query the state of the screensaver
- -t, --time
- Query the length of time the screensaver has been active
- -l, --lock
- Tells the running screensaver process to lock the screen immediately
- -c, --cycle
- If the screensaver is active then switch to another graphics demo
- -a, --activate
- Turn the screensaver on (blank the screen)
- -d, --deactivate
- If the screensaver is active then deactivate it (un-blank the screen)
- -p, --poke
- Poke the running screensaver to simulate user activity
- -i, --inhibit
- Inhibit the screensaver from activating. Command blocks while inhibit is active.
- -n, --application-name
- The calling application that is inhibiting the screensaver
- -r, --reason
- The reason for inhibiting the screensaver
- -V, --version
- Version of this application
AUTHORSgnome-screensaver-command is written by William Jon McCann <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This manual page was written by Sven Arvidsson <email@example.com>.
This document was created by man2html, using the manual pages.
Time: 05:29:04 GMT, December 24, 2015