If you need more functionality out of Moksha's lock desktop screen or prefer a different look perhaps to match the log in screen at boot, it is possible to replace Moksha's desk lock screen with another application to lock the desktop. It should be noted this feature has recently been removed from enlightenment. So this guide is for Moksha only or older versions of Enlightenment than what is in e-git.
First I am assuming you are using Moksha and use Lightdm as your Display Manager (DM). That is what is preinstalled on all recent versions of Bodhi, so you are using it unless you replaced it with something else (SDDM, GDM, et al). The rest of this guide applies only if you are using Lightdm.
First open a terminal and install lightdm-locker:
sudo apt update sudo apt install light-locker Now add light-locker to your startup applications in Moksha Settings. Be Sure you click Apply:
Now Set Light-locker as the command to be executed on Desk Lock in the Screen Lock Settings. Again be sure to click Apply:
Now log out or reboot and log back into Moksha. Test your new Desk Lock screen. It should be the same one you use to log in with.