By now, I cannot confirm that this is really working… Sorry.
When developing on a Raspberry Pi I wanted to get rid of screen blanking when not touching the terminal for some time. To do so I had to change some settings in a config file as follows.
Edit config file in /etc/kbd/config
The directory etc is not shown when I use the ls command. I can enter it anyway using the cd command.
To edit the /etc/kbd/config I do as follows:
sudo nano /etc/kbd/conifg
sudo I need super user rights for being able to change this config file.
nano opens the config file in a text editor called nano.
/etc/kbd/config is the path to config file
Then I set values as follows (they will be found somewhere in the config file):
BLANK_TIME=0 disables the blanking.
POWERDOWN_TIME=0 disables the screen output to be powered off.