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there are some solutions and they are all related to
You could try
Option "DPMS" "off"
in section Device
or use option "StandbyTime" "time"
time in minutes
man xset for detailed info
DPMS option seems to work
(on my mdk 7.1 box there was an option "power_saver"
could n't find it on my 8.2 reading XF86Config manual)
it seems to depends alot on what window
manager you use, kde and gnome have their
own power/screen options.
In my Xfce it works with the option dpms "off" in
XF86Config-4. Just as in console i only have
to move my mouse to get my screen back. Monitor is
always on just goes to black after time.
I don't use kde alot but when screensaver is active and powerdown options are off, the screensaver at least keeps