You can disable the X server screensaver in a terminal like this
xset s off
If you do `xset q`, and you see in the Screen Saver section 'timeout: 0', then your X server screensaver is already disabled and that's not the issue.
You can disable the Moksha in-built screensaver by going to the GUI Settings Panel --> Screen --> Blanking. Then in the box de-select the 'Enable screen blanking'.
Alternatively you could possibly disable locking (but keep screen blanking) by going to Settings Panel --> Screen --> Screen Lock. Then de-select 'Lock on Startup', 'Lock on Suspend', 'Lock after X screensaver activates' & 'Lock when idle time exceeded'.
(I'm not sure how to perform the Moksha Screensaver actions from the terminal)
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