Description of problem:
On past versions of Fedora (or RHEL, CentOS, or any other distro I've used), if I came back to my system after the screen had blanked, I could hit any key and it would wake up instantly. But on Fedora 23, I have to bang on keys for literally five seconds or more before the screen blanker turns off and I can get back into the system. I have a modern, multi-core CPU and tons of RAM, so it's hard to believe there's any valid reason a program as simple as a screen saver is taking that long to respond to user input. I've checked that the computer/HD is not hibernating or suspended, it's just the screen going black due to inactivity.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 23 (no idea what the component is that blanks the screen [I guessed gnome-screensaver above based on the name but could be wrong])
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install F23
2. Log in to Gnome desktop
3. Stop using computer until screen blanks
4. Hit a key to turn off the screen blanker
Huge delay until screen comes back on
Screen should come back on instantly when requested
GNOME no longer uses gnome-screensaver for screen-locking functionality; reassigning.
Same here, except worse. In my case the system won't wake up at all. Have to reboot :-(. T
Fixed temporarily fixed by setting the 'Blank Screen' value in 'Power Savings' preference to 'Never.' Would like to see this solved/fixed.
Linux mymachine 4.5.7-202.fc23.x86_64 #1 SMP Tue Jun 28 18:22:51 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
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