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slimlock - Unholy Screen Locker
The Frankenstein's monster of screen lockers. Grafting SLiM and slock together leads to blood, tears, and locked screens.
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Slimlock reads the same configuration files you use for SLiM. It looks in CFGDIR/slim.conf and CFGDIR/slimlock.conf, where CFGDIR is defined in the makefile. The options that are read from slim.conf are hidecursor, current_theme, background_color, and background_style, screenshot_cmd, and welcome_msg. See the SLiM docs for more information. slimlock.conf contains the following settings: dpms_standby_timeout number of seconds of inactivity before the screen blanks. Default: 60 dpms_off_timeout number of seconds of inactivity before the screen is turned off. Default: 600 wrong_passwd_timeout delay in seconds after an incorrect password is entered. Default: 2 passwd_feedback_msg message to display after a failed authentication attempt. Default: Authentication failed passwd_feedback_capslock message to display after a failed authentication attempt if the CapsLock is on. Default: Authentication failed (CapsLock is on) show_username 1 to show username on themes with single input field; 0 to disable. Default: 1 show_welcome_msg 1 to show SLiM's welcome message; 0 to disable. Default: 0 tty_lock 1 to disallow virtual terminals switching; 0 to allow. Default: 1 bell 1 to enable the bell on authentication failure; 0 to disable. Default: 1