I can't figure out how to keep my monitor from shutting off. Is there systemd or udev rule I need to write? I prefer to use a screensaver that is smart enough to leave the monitor on when a window on the active desktop is changing, like when I'm watching a Buster Keaton movie at http://archive.org
or doing a lot of copy/paste and other mouse commands. Fool thing seems to turn on the monitor only if there's a key down/up event. My x86_64 workstation is plugged into a UPS that is controlled by apcupsd. Also, there seems to be a upowerd running that I don't want or need. I want nothing invoking hibernation, putting ram or a cpu to sleep and whatever else this invasive "feature" does. If I'm on an overseas call, I'd rather have opengl animations from the screensaver cycling every five minutes that to have something shut off my monitor without my permission. This is not a laptop; stop treating my system as if it were.