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Note that under XFree86, the X11 implementation for Linux, Control- Alt-Backspace will defeat the locking mechanism and return your console back unless you put "DontZap" in your XF86Config file. 'xdm' returns to the login prompt. Control-Alt-F1 (among others) will defeat locking mechanism with virtual terminals, so make sure that you are not logged onto any virtual consoles.
xlockmore4.02.1: the maintained version of xlock see docs/Revisions for more version stuff Primary site: ftp.x.org in /contrib/applications Maintainer: David A. Bagley <email@example.com> Alpha versions may be available at: http://megahertz.njit.edu/~bagleyd Adapted from Patrick J. Naughton's original xlock, with lots of help from others. Note to binary redistributers: ----------------------- more»
XLOCK(1) XLOCK(1) NAME xlock - Locks the local X display until a password is entered. SYNOPSIS xlock [ -help ] [ -version ] [ -resources ] [ -display dis‐ playname ] [ -visual visualname ] [ -name resourcename ] [ -mode modename ] [ -delay usecs ] [ -batchcount num ] [ -cycles nu more»
xlockmore (4.02.1-1) frozen unstable; urgency=medium * new upstream version: fixes for swirl mode (multiscreen mode) and tube mode (should no longer bomb out on TrueColor) (fixes #10085) -- Dirk Eddelbuettel <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sat, 31 May 1997 21:16:15 -0400 xlockmore (4.02-1) unstable frozen stable; urgency=medium * new upstream release xlockmore-4.01 with several enhancements (as fo more»
xlockmore-4.02.1 as of 30 May 1997, the maintained version of xlock Adapted from Patrick J. Naughton more»
This is Debian/GNU Linux's prepackaged version of the 'xlock' utility. 'xlock' locks the X server u more»