lepo-logout is a lightweight, distribution agnostic utility for GNU/Linux systems that can,
- Lock screen1
- Logout user
- Suspend system
- Reboot system
- Shutdown system
And lepo-logout doesn't require too many dependencies and resources to perform these tasks. lepo-logout doesn't even require ConsoleKit.
- YAD - YAD (Yet Another Display) is a program to display GTK+ dialogs. YAD is also known as Zenity on steroids. YAD is developed by Victor Ananjevsky. YAD is available in repositories of many current GNU/Linux distributions. If it is not available for installation via your distribution's package-manager you can download YAD from SourceForge or pkgs.org or UbuntuUpdates.
Installing lepo-logout on any GNU/Linux system is very easy. Just download lepo-logout-master zip file, extract its contents into a directory of your choice, open that directory in your favorite terminal emulator and run these two commands,
chmod 755 install-lepo-logout
Voila! lepo-logout is installed!
lepo-logout will be available under either Preferences or System Tools category of any Freedesktop standards compliant menu. You can easily launch lepo-logout by clicking on its menu entry. You can also run lepo-logout via your favorite terminal emulator by entering,
You can also add lepo-logout to the panel for quick access. Please consult your panel's documentation on adding custom launchers. lepo-logout's desktop file is located at /usr/share/applications/lepo-logout.desktop.
Here is a screenshot of lepo-logout just in case you were interested!
Removing lepo-logout from your system is just as easy. Open your favorite terminal emulator and run,
Kaboom! lepo-logout is removed!
- Crystal Clear, GNOME, Human & Tango icon sets for the icons.
- Lennart Poettering for systemd & the name. lepo in the lepo-logout is a portmanteau of Lennart and Poettering.
1. Any one of the following will be required for the Lock Screen function,
If none of the above is installed, the Lock Screen button won't be visible in lepo-logout.