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xset and display invalid id in bash script

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Have the following in xfce autostart:

# Disable screensaver and dpms emergy star.
export DISPLAY :0.0 
xset s off && 
xset -dpms 

on running:

./xset: line 4: export: `:0.0': not a valid identifier

It appears to be the correct display going by:

posted Jun 5, 2013 by anonymous

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export DISPLAY=:0.0

answer Jun 5, 2013 by anonymous
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