How to make screen off after some time

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    • OMV 4.x

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    • How to make screen off after some time

      Hello!

      I have a small home server running on an old Dell d620 laptop (T7200, 2HDD's and 4 GB or ram).
      I have migrated yesterday from OMV 3.x to 4.x. In OMV 3.x screen was turning off after some minutes but on OMV 4.x it stays on forever. I don't want to turn it off forever. Sometimes I need to do something in first person. I cannot just close the lid because the laptop goes then in sleep mode.
      Please advise a solution.
    • Sorry, last time I was reading your post at 2 am and didn't understand well;)

      Those parameters in logind.conf are related to power buttons actions.

      HandleLidSwitch parameter only controls how the laptop's screen will react to lid close.
      Did you try HandleLidSwitchDocked parameter?

      Someone marked my topic as resolved but it isn't. I only found a workaround for my problem by disabling sleep action when I close the laptop's lid.

      But stil unresolved is: how to set screen timeout?

      The post was edited 1 time, last by klimu ().

    • klimu wrote:

      Sorry, last time I was reading your post at 2 am and didn't understand well;)

      Those parameters in logind.conf are related to power buttons actions.

      HandleLidSwitch parameter only controls how the laptop's screen will react to lid close.
      Did you try HandleLidSwitchDocked parameter?

      Someone marked my topic as resolved but it isn't. I only found a workaround for my problem by disabling sleep action when I close the laptop's lid.

      But stil unresolved is: how to set screen timeout?
      exacly, how to set screen timeout?
      in my OMV3 - work .. in OMV4 dont work ;/
    • I have not looged on here for a while, but just did to give you guys a method I used and worked for me, since I use OMV on my laptop and wanted my screen to go off after 60 seconds. So here we go, hopefully it will work for you as well.

      1. Log in using putty to your OMV. Use root as a user.
      2. Enter password.
      3. Type nano /etc/default/grub
      4. Find GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX and add "consoleblank=60".
      60 is amount of seconds after which screen will go off. Change it to your liking.
      5. Now press CTRL-X, click Y, then Enter.
      6. Type update-grub.
      Restart OMV, screen should turn off.
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