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- November 13, 2023 at 9:33 pm #123453Memberkingreid
First let me start by saying that I just installed antiX on an old Chromebook and I am blown away by how well it runs. I do have an issue where it shows an unthemed lock screen on wake. I can log in just fine but I have to first press a button to wake the screen itself after the laptop itself has woken up. I am then greeted with a white background and at the top it just “blank: Shows nothing but a black screen and below is my username. First of all how do I have the screen wake when the lid is opened? Secondly, how do I show a themed login screen? When the computer boots up it does show a themed login screen.
Thanks for your help in advance!
Attachments:November 13, 2023 at 11:06 pm #123460Memberanti-apXos::HelpfulUp0
How are you putting the system to sleep? I suspect you might just be locking the system, not putting it to sleep at all. That won’t be good for battery.
What you’re seeing is the xlock screen, not the startup login, which uses slimski. Actually, by default neither of these should come up when waking from sleep. You should just return to the desktop.
xlock can be combined with the sleep command if you want to have a password entry on waking and it can also be themed (to an extent). It’s a little complicated though and depends on how you’re initiating sleep.November 14, 2023 at 3:13 am #123465Memberwildstar84::HelpfulUp0
Check out the file: /etc/default/acpi-support and look for “LOCK_SCREEN”. If it’s set to true, try setting it to false.
Btw, xscreensaver, and I believe xlock will process the first key you press toward the password, such that you can just start typing your password on the black screen withoug having to press another key first to get to the lock screen.
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