Change the default screensaver from black to ubuntu logo

Ted Gould ted at
Wed Aug 6 22:49:08 BST 2008

On Wed, 2008-08-06 at 11:35 +0100, Odysseus Flappington wrote:
> If the inhibit sleep on CPU load was ever implemented, it never
> worked.

While in theory this sounds nice, it is nearly impossible to implement
in practice.  The reality is that it's difficult to determine which
things are "important" to block suspend based on CPU load alone.  How
important is the animation on your desktop?  Based on CPU load?

What is implemented is there is a DBUS interface that applications can
call which inhibits suspend.  So if the application is doing something
that it knows suspend will effect negatively (playing a full screen DVD)
it can block that.  This interface has issues too, but it does make more
sense as applications are more likely to know which actions should be


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