I've been happily using blueproximity in 13.10, but since upgrade to 14.04 it only locks when my phone goes out of range (using
gnome-screensaver-command -l), but it does not unlock with
Now the reason that
gnome-screensaver-command -d doesn't work is because of a bug.
However on that bug report it is mentioned that the gnome-screensaver is no longer used in trusty and therefore the
gnome-screensaver-command is expected to be phased out, which could also be related to why the command doesn't work.
So my question is, if the gnome-screensaver is replaced, then what would be the new command to unlock the screen without relying on