[mythtv-users] my experience "upgrading" from KnoppMyth to mythDora
johan.heikkila at gmail.com
Mon Sep 17 21:16:36 UTC 2007
2007/9/17, Skip Patterson <hunchbehr at gmail.com>:
> On 9/17/07, Matt Emmott <memmott at gmail.com > wrote:
> > On 9/17/07, Ryan Allen < ryan at the-summit.net> wrote:
> > > * David Segall <david at segall.net> wrote on [09-16-07y 20:35]:
> > > > > 6) The screen saver is turned on??!!??
> > > > >
> > > > > There seems to be a screen saver installed. The screen blanks out
> > > > > after about 15 minutes of use. Hitting any key brings the screen
> > > > > I still cannot find where the setting for this lives, and this is
> > > > > unacceptable for a DVR system, obviously.
> > > >
> > > > The screen saver is turned off if you are actually watching something.
> > > > find it a plus not to have the menus always visible.
> > >
> > > Actually that is not true. The screen saver kicked in during playback
> > > of recordings and during video playing.
> > That's odd, because I'm running two Mythdora 4.0 machines ATM and neither
> of them even have screen savers installed.
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> Very strange indeed, I've been running mythdora and upgrading for the last
> couple years as new versions came out , new hardware for me and never had
> any issues. No screensaver has ever kicked in for me either. Could a
> copied xorg.conf from the web do that?
> Also, not to knock another distro but I originally used knoppmyth and had
> many troubles to the point it didn't work and found mythdora 1 at the time
> and it worked right away but that could be due to hardware and such.
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Doesn't sound like a screensaver. More like display standby. Uncomment
the dpms option in xorg.conf if you don't want the display to turn
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