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Thread: better sleep function

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    better sleep function

    Is there a way to change the default options for when you computer goes to sleep in ubuntu 12.04? I have ubuntu tweak and I don't see any options in there to do it but I don't want my desktop to go to sleep until around 4hrs of inactivity, as is the longest I can set that too is 1hr which just isn't a very long time.

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    Re: better sleep function

    try setting it in the configuration editor manually, most-likely the GUI has a limit of1hr, i find it hard to believe the back-end would have a limit
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    Re: better sleep function

    I looked through conf-editor but I couldn't find the gnome-power-manager anywhere in there, any tips on where to find it?

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    Re: better sleep function

    in unity i have no idea
    i should be in dconf-editor or gconf-editor is all i know
    if all else fails start search areid in ~/.config/
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    Putting your Networked Printer's scanner software to shame PHP Scanner Server
    I frequently edit my post when I have the last post

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