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is there a way to limit screen time within or outside of a certain time period on kubuntu 20.04?

gaming is fun

but it costs money

why does gaming have to cost money

 

 

setup:

core i7 9700f

16gb 2666mhz ram

480gb sata ssd

2tb hdd

msi geforce rtx 2060 super

asrock b360 mobo

ibuypower stock ares m1 keyboard

logitech m705 wireless mouse

some old samsung 1080p60hz monitor

and the most important part, rgb

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Pam

Can Anybody Link A Virtual Machine while I go download some RAM?

 

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... or instead script some stuff to run with cron  

Can Anybody Link A Virtual Machine while I go download some RAM?

 

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15 hours ago, Nayr438 said:

Never really looked at Screen Time Limit Software, however this does exist and claims to be compatible with most Desktop Environments.

https://mjasnik.gitlab.io/timekpr-next/

is there a way to limit time outside of a certain time period?

gaming is fun

but it costs money

why does gaming have to cost money

 

 

setup:

core i7 9700f

16gb 2666mhz ram

480gb sata ssd

2tb hdd

msi geforce rtx 2060 super

asrock b360 mobo

ibuypower stock ares m1 keyboard

logitech m705 wireless mouse

some old samsung 1080p60hz monitor

and the most important part, rgb

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8 hours ago, DevTurtle said:

is there a way to limit time outside of a certain time period?

I don't know anything about it. I have never used any Screen Time Management Software. You would just have to install it and see if it does what you want it to do.

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Does that kind of software block you from switching to a tty prompt? If not you could just do that and kill the process of the application.

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Although I personally don't like Gnome 3, it now has parental controls built in. It may be worth checking into and switching to that DE if you need those kinds of features.

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