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Old 15th September 2007, 04:27 AM
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screensavers/powermanagement in Gnome not working

Hi there guys,

In my attempt to get remote desktop, I tried Gnome. I can get RD working while using Gnome, but I can't seem to get my monitors to power down. i can't even get a screensaver to work.

I am willing to change DE's to get remote desktop, but I have to be able to use those two features.

I've searched, but my searches seem to be geared towards older installs, and don't seem applicable to F7. Could someone give me some pointers? All I've done thus far is install everything via yumex that looked like it pertained to gnome display and screensaver. I then tried to activate via the preferences in Gnome.

I read the f'ing manual, and it told me to ask you guys...

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