I have installed the Fedora I3 spin which doesn’t feature any DE and I was wondering how I could stop my screen from going to sleep after 10 minutes (really annoying when playing games with a controller).
I’ve tried masking sleep.target via systemctl and editing /etc/systemd/sleep.conf but to no avail.
Under the gnome settings panel → privacy → screen lock you can set the timeout. 1 to 25 minutes or never.
xset s noblank or
xset -dpms. Use
xset q to query the current settings.
You might need sleep.target unmasked in order for sleep.conf to get parsed.
As I said, I do not use any desktop environment.
Thanks, I installed xset and wrote the command
xset s off and it seems to do the trick