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The Local Items keychain was introduced on Mavericks and holds iCloud keys for offline use. However, sometimes OS X will repeatedly ask you for the password. This can be solved by deleting the folder named with an UUID like A8F5E7B8-CEC1-4479-A7DF-F23CB076C8B8 from ~/Library/Keychains/ and then reboot. No keys will be lost in this process. This is ...
I found a solution that works for my needs: As it turns out, I should not lock the screen, but instead start the screensaver, and require the screensaver to immediately require a password. I created a 'Start Screensaver' service with Automator, and then selected a keyboard shortcut for that service under Settings->Keyboard->Shortcuts->Services.
Use either caffeinate or something like wimoweh
You can use InsomniaX for that. With that, you can prevent your mac from sleeping, wether it's idle sleep or even when you close the lid.
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