I recently did a clean install of Ubuntu 12.10, and I followed a post-installation guide for installing xscreensaver. I purged gnome-screensaver, installed the needed xscreensaver files, and wrote a startup script to auto-start xscreensaver with no splash. Everything worked fine, but I didn't like the look of the lockscreen that xscreensaver used. So I reinstalled gnome-screensaver, did a killall of xscreensaver, and changed the startup script to launch gnome-screensaver instead of xscreensaver.
I'm unable to find the settings for gnome-screensaver. Typing "gnome-screensaver" in the dash yields no results. Typing "screensaver" in the dash only gives me the settings for xscreensaver.
Here is the result of typing "sudo gnome-screensaver" in the terminal
Here is the original startup script for xscreensaver in /etc/xdg/startup/
tim@lappy:~$ sudo gnome-screensaver
** (gnome-screensaver:20076): WARNING **: Couldn't get presence status: The name org.gnome.SessionManager was not provided by any .service files
I would like to know how to get to the gnome-screensaver settings. Any help is appreciated, thanks.