Description of problem:
When logged in on the console of a Gnome 3 system-
If sleep-inactive-battery or sleep-inactive-ac are set to true in the Gnome 3 settings, and there's a reasonable timeout set for each,
then, when the timeout elapses, users that are logged into the machine remotely via ssh are disconnected, when the machine suspends.
While this *can* be worked around for a single user (via creative scripting and the Gnome 3 Inhibit API), the correct fix would be to use systemd-inhibit when launching sshd for a remote user.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
100% reliably reproducible
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Log in to a Fedora 17 system running Gnome 3 on the desktop
2. Ensure that the system is set to suspend whatever duration of inactivity (battery or AC)
3. Log in via ssh from a remote system
4. Permit the desktop session to remain inactive for the duration set for the system's current power mode.
System suspends, disconnects remote users.
Inactivity based suspend is disabled, so long as remote users
are connected via ssh. This would match a behavior seen in OS X,
that might be expected by certain users.
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Viktor, I guess this never got anywhere?