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Old 05-12-2004, 11:26 AM   #1
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How do I make KDE 3.2.1 not log off idle users?


Hi, I recently went with a gentoo distro (2004.1) and have been very pleased. I am running KDE 3.2.1 and kdm as my display manager. I like to play an idleRPG and I can usually get the most idleing done at night while I am sleeping . Only problem is, when I get up in the morning, my session is over and all my processes are killed. When I log back in they are restarted, only at some point in the night it looks like I get logged out for being idle. I've been poking around online and in the KDE configuration and can't seem to find anything to prevent this. If anyone could let me know how to turn this off please let me know.

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