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Expose sleep and hibernate actions in the lock screen

Vlad Zahorodnii requested to merge work/zzag/lockscreen-sleep-hibernate into master

kscreenlocker implements sleep and hibernate requests, but they aren't wired anywhere in. Besides that, it can be useful to have a quick way to suspend or hibernate computer from lockscreen.

You also need kscreenlocker!48 (merged) to ensure that sleep and hibernate actions work.

With this, you should see a new action next to "switch user" Screenshot_20211016_142723

Edited by Vlad Zahorodnii

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