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dev:power-display-management [2015/01/21 19:31]
peter created
dev:power-display-management [2015/01/22 22:15] (current)
peter Corrected some statements, comming from the reports
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 Depending on the gfx driver. If the user switches VT manually it is possible the content of the locked session is shown before light-locker is show. The gfx driver buffers the last image before the VT switch. Depending on the gfx driver. If the user switches VT manually it is possible the content of the locked session is shown before light-locker is show. The gfx driver buffers the last image before the VT switch.
  
-(Is this true for locking as well?​) ​Depending on the gfx driver. The backlight won't be turned back on when the session is unlocked.+Depending on the gfx driver/hardware. The backlight won't be turned back on when the session is unlocked.
  
 xfpm needs to inhibit the init system not to perform its own actions. It is reported that switching to the lock screen will still activate the init system. xfpm needs to inhibit the init system not to perform its own actions. It is reported that switching to the lock screen will still activate the init system.
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 On resume the resume signal is emitted. light-locker will call lightdm lock to lock the session. This is done after a short delay to give the current X session some time to restore the gfx. After the lock call the VT is switched to the lock screen. On resume the resume signal is emitted. light-locker will call lightdm lock to lock the session. This is done after a short delay to give the current X session some time to restore the gfx. After the lock call the VT is switched to the lock screen.
  
-Depending on the gfx driver/​hardware. The backlight won't be turned back on when the session is unlocked. (maybe more delay will solve this)+This was not reported: ​Depending on the gfx driver/​hardware. The backlight won't be turned back on when the session is unlocked. (maybe more delay will solve this)