Any ideas how to start shutdown process after wake up from sleep if user
will not unlock pc in expected time period (e.g. 30-60 seconds).
Maybe run some script before PC goes to sleep with timer and after it
wake up timer will continue and only user will have access to click
"cancel" when he will unlock the screen?
Where can I add this script on dom0? Can Qubes trigger(run) my script
before sleep action or wakeup action?
Or any other suggestions or ideas?
I have a similar question/idea, which would be auto-shutdown after 3 (or
any other number) false password attempts. The idea is to add a second
(luks) password layer if any stupid attempts are made.
My idea is to hook in the screensaver mechanism. In my install that
would be /etc/pam.d/xscreeensaver were system-auth is mentioned, so I
guess, I have to include a line in /etc/pam.d/system-auth to count
wrong pwd attempts and do some action if necessary. I guess something like
account required pam_exec.so debug /path/to/wrongpasswordscript.sh
in the system-auth could do the job, but I am not sure. Manipulating
unwisely these files may end with a lock-out of my system, so I'd like
some advice if this sounds correct to you, the qubes-community.