1. Use Network Manager to Turn off auto screen-lock in Gnome Shell

    Another way to control Gnome screensaver auto-lock, from NetworkManager in Linux.

  2. PAM Script to Turn off auto screen-lock in Gnome Shell

    I’ve created a new version of this script that can be run by NetworkManager, turning Gnome screensaver auto-lock on or off as the wireless essid changes. In Linux, we have Pluggable Authentication Modulesand various applications use PAM to authenticate users. Marco Ditri posted about using PAM to run a scriptthat would prevent xscreensaver from locking the screen on his laptop when connected to his home wireless network. I wanted to do the same in Gnome, so I’ve modified Marco’s script to use gsettings to disable Gnome Shell auto screen-lock when authenticated to particular wireless networks and enable it everywhere else.