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I am building an application that needs to do some operations when a user locks their computers. How can I be notified of that? is there a system wide event or something I can catch? BTW I know how to do this on a windows OS but not Linux so just need to know about linux.
Thanks, I found a way to catch it on Windows systems which is but this application will need to catch the lock/unlock on Linux systems because the main user of this application works on a Linux system so I haven't been able to find anything but thanks for the reply.
Does any one know how to catch or be notified when a user locks there computer on a Linux system? it is a Java application .
There is not one single way to lock the computer on Linux. KDE probably does it differently from GNOME, which does it differently from Enlightenment, which does it differently from Blackbox. If I recall correctly, the latter doesn't even do it itself, it needs an external program for it.
ahh, I suppose. The client uses Ubuntu I don't suppose that helps? He locks his computer ctrl + alt + L, but if the application does not have focus I cannot catch that. I will just have to do some more digging. Thanks for your help.