On 23 March 2017 at 13:45, Gerardo Rosales <grosales@f-m.fm> wrote:
> On 23 March 2017 at 13:26, Gerardo Rosales <grosales(a)f-m.fm&gt; wrote:
> That guide mentions using the power manager settings to set Light Locker to
> lock. Did you try that?
> That works for me.

Thanks for replying :)

Nope, I usually do 'ctrl + alt + l' to lock the PC and that wasn't working. Just checked it and it seems that it activates light-locker when the screensaver is activated.
Checking 'Settings Manager' it appears that I don't have a screensaver option listed there. Did you removed xscreensaver?
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Yes I removed xscreensaver, as per that guide. I also went to settings - power manager and the security tab and set it to lock. It locks when when I suspend or hibernate. I don't have a shortcut set up to lock the system. Just closing the lid is easier.