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Screensaver with Password with Solaris

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     Hello, wa have Sparc-Solaris-Systems (V2.5) and we would like to have a protected Screen with a Screensaver or xlock or anything else.
Has anybody an idea ?

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Gerhard Diemert  
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Did you try typing in xlock in one of your x-term window?
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Yes, I have tried typing xlock, but this is the problem
I have to type xlock there is no way to do an automatic activation if there is no action at the system after a timeout  

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type 'props' in one of your x-term.
You should see the Workspace properties window.
go to the Miscellaneous Category and adjust the Screen Saver options there.
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