Deactivate screensaver until time is set
If the system clock is off (being late), when the time is set properly from the network, the screen is blanked. As it happens during the boot process, this is a little bit sudden and frightening. Moving the mouse gets the display back, but sill, it would be best to be avoided.
As Tais does not ship
gnome-screensaver it is probably X.org that does the blanking. One should experiment with the
+dpms options of
#7 Updated by intrigeri over 1 year ago
- Status changed from Confirmed to Rejected
I think the screensaver we now use (implemented by GNOME Shell) uses a monotonic clock, is not affected by this problem, and overrides whatever DPMS thing X.Org may want to do: I've tried setting the clock to now + 1h with
date and the screen did not go blank.