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Hello, I want to deactivate that application. that shows when there is inactivity.

Thank you

Hello, Alan!

First, I’d like to clarify some points in order to proceed with the support:

  • What SoM and Carrier Board are you working with?
  • What image (Torizon/Yocto) and BSP are you using? In case of using Yocto, did you make any modification on your image?
  • Did you launch any other software before this application showed up?

Best regards,
Felipe Madureira

hello, thank!

i have the Apalis Tk1 and the board ixora v1.2 . i use Yocto BSP 5.

when there isn’t activity in the system, that show application “qtedscreen”.

Hello, Alan!

Probably there’s a service configured to launch this application as soon it detects user inactivity. You can identify this service and disable it, so this screen won’t show again.

In order to do that, could you type # systemctl list-units --type=service --all and # systemctl status in your target and provide us the log generated with all the services in your system?

May I ask one more question, could you inform us what company do you work for? For registration purposes only.

Best regards,
Felipe Madureira

hello, Felipe!

I can’t find it, I did what you gave me, and I can see my applications in python and qtproject2… but not the application that locks my screen.

I work for the Peruvian Navy, we are working with Toradex. :smiling_face_with_tear:

thanks you.

systemctl_list.txt (10.8 KB)
systemctl_status.txt (3.2 KB)
ps_list (4.7 KB)

Hello, Alan!

Thank you for the feedback!

I’ve installed the Multimedia Reference Image in order to investigate and reproduce the problem. Could you provide me the steps that you take in order to show up this app? Or do you just wait for the system detect inactivity?

Also, in case you close your Qt application and wait, does this windows stills show up?

I’ll do some tests on my side and I’ll let you know in case I get any results, ok?

Best regards,
Felipe Madureira