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Allow timeouts on encrypted keys #83

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mathstuf opened this issue Oct 11, 2015 · 4 comments
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Allow timeouts on encrypted keys #83

mathstuf opened this issue Oct 11, 2015 · 4 comments

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@mathstuf mathstuf commented Oct 11, 2015

I'd like my USB key to autolock after a timeout of no activity (though I don't know how "activity" is to be determined). This may be a UDisks2-level change instead.

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@coldfix coldfix commented Oct 11, 2015

Hey,

I don't think there is currently a viable way to do this from udiskie, as I don't see any information about device idle time (however defined).

UDisks itself is not responsible for automatically performing actions like this. It could, however, expose something like an idle time property for clients to use - that is if there were a useful definition and there were no drawbacks collecting this information. And if you can convince the dev that it's a good idea of course;)

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@mathstuf mathstuf commented Oct 11, 2015

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@coldfix coldfix commented Dec 20, 2015

Ok, I'm closing this for now, since it's not possible from inside udiskie atm.

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@mathstuf mathstuf commented May 24, 2016

And bug filed against storaged since that seems to be the New Thing in this space: storaged-project/udisks#63

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