Automatically lock your laptop with BlueProximity

11/04/2010 at 12:38 pm Plaats een reactie

Ever looked for a way to lock your Ubuntu laptop without one keystroke? Look no further. Blueproximity (available in your Ubuntu 9.10 Software Center) does exactly that! It allows you to define any Bluetooth device to lock or unlock your screen automatically. You could use your cell phone for instance, or whatever Bluetooth device you wish to use. If BlueProximity  does not sense the Bluetooth device, it will lock the screen. If it senses it again, it will unlock it automatically! Have fun!

BlueProximity preferences

BlueProximity preferences


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