Desabilitando o bloqueio automático de tela do GNOME

Disabling the GNOME Automatic Screen Lock

In the interest of safety and privacy, the GNOME automatic screen lock is enabled by default.

When the screen locks after a period of inactivity, you must enter your password to unlock the screen.

You can disable this feature at any time.

To disable the GNOME automatic screen lock, complete the following steps.

For Fedora 31 (GNOME 3.34):

  1. On the desktop, navigate to the upper-right corner of the screen, click the arrow icon to expand the desktop options and then click the Settings icon.

  2. From the the Settings menu, select Privacy.

  3. On the Privacy page, select Screen Lock, and toggle the Automatic Screen Lock switch from On to Off.

  4. Close the window and verify that in the Privacy page, the Screen Lock is Off.

For Fedora 32 (GNOME 3.36):

  1. On the desktop, navigate to the upper-right corner of the screen, click the arrow icon to expand the desktop options and then click Settings.

  2. From the Settings menu, select Privacy, and then select Screen Lock.

  3. On the Screen Lock page, toggle the Automatic Screen Lock switch from On to Off

To enable the automatic screen lock, repeat this process and toggle the switch from Off to On.