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mate-screensaver-command(1) General Commands Manualmate-screensaver-command(1)

NAME
       mate-screensaver-command	- controls MATE	screensaver

SYNOPSIS
       mate-screensaver-command	[OPTION...]

DESCRIPTION
       mate-screensaver-command	 is  a tool for	controlling an already running
       instance	of mate-screensaver.

OPTIONS
       --exit Causes the screensaver to	exit gracefully

       -q, --query
	      Query the	state of the screensaver

       -t, --time
	      Query the	length of time the screensaver has been	active

       -l, --lock
	      Tells the	running	screensaver process to lock the	screen immedi-
	      ately

       -u, --unlock
	      Tells the	running	screensaver process to unlock the screen imme-
	      diately

       -c, --cycle
	      If the screensaver is active then	 switch	 to  another  graphics
	      demo

       -a, --activate
	      Turn the screensaver on (blank the screen)

       -d, --deactivate
	      If  the  screensaver  is active then deactivate it (un-blank the
	      screen)

       -p, --poke
	      Poke the running screensaver to simulate user activity

       -i, --inhibit
	      Inhibit the screensaver from activating.	Command	 blocks	 while
	      inhibit is active.

       -n, --application-name
	      The calling application that is inhibiting the screensaver

       -r, --reason
	      The reason for inhibiting	the screensaver

       -V, --version
	      Version of this application

AUTHORS
       This  manual page was originally	written	by Sven	Arvidsson <sa@whiz.se>
       for gnome-screensaver-command.

SEE ALSO
       mate-screensaver(1)

MATE				  2007-09-27	   mate-screensaver-command(1)

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