Comment 12 for bug 554069

By that logic we should remove the autostart entry for the gnome screensaver
too. I'm sure lots more people would start complaining if
gnome-screensaver's autostart entry was removed.

On Sun, Apr 11, 2010 at 14:17, Malte S. Stretz <email address hidden> wrote:

> There are systems (I recall the clients at my university) where you've
> got all of KDE, Gnome and XFCE installed. And three implementations of a
> sceensaver. Only one of them should autostart of course. So a decision
> based on an installed packet doesn't work.
>
> If XFCE is broken my a removal of the xscreensaver autostart entry
> (which doesn't seem the be the case), then XFCE needs a GUI to enable
> the screensaver and copy the item to your personal autostart folder. But
> not a global all-overriding autostart entry. If you don't use a DE but
> only a WM, I guess you know how to edit your xinit file.
>
> So unless anybody's system is horribly broken by a revert back to a
> state which worked for ages, could you please stop commenting on this
> bug an spamming my inbox? :) If you think the decision was wrong,
> please open a new bug/wish (which will probably be closed instantly).
>
> --
> xscreensaver activated on kubuntu after upgrade to lucid
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/554069
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Mario Limonciello
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