system settings -> screen -> shuntdown after ... cant be set at "never"

Bug #863324 reported by irv on 2011-09-30
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Bug Description

oneiric fully updated, amd-64, system language in spanish

Leaving the pc unattended, it gets in suspension mode. Checking preferences (system settings -> screen) you can set when the pc should shut down (after 5 mins, 1 hour, "never" ...). The option "never" is not translated to spanish (should be "nunca") and if you try to use that option, the screen start to fade. So the maximum time you can set your pc to work unattended is one hour.

This worked perfectly until yesterday so I guess is a regression.

irv (irvmail) wrote :

After receiving last updates I thought this bug was a duplicate of bug 863038 but after upgrading my system and reboot, the problem is still there.

irv (irvmail) wrote :

ok my bug report had different issues.

* missing translation in system settings (screen shutdown ..."never") is fixed
* system getting in suspension mode if leaved unattended is fixed
* inability to set the screen to shut down "never", still not working. Marking this last one as duplicate of 863038, because its the same, except here is an amd-64 system.

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