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Month: November 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] Sudden resemblence to WinXP?

From: Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...>
Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2011 20:09:10 -0800 (PST)
> > It is normally used for both unlock and login. 
> It is a generic
> > implementation of a Secure Attention Key (SAK),
> without which Linux is
> > actually less secure than Windows.
> Never heard of it, nor have I ever seen CTRL+ALT+Del in
> Linux

For years I have been using Ctrl-Alt-Del to exit KDE. I also for many years have been using Ctrl-Alt-Del at the console to reboot.

Lots of people disable the latter for true multi-user systems.

> > The SAK support can be turned off in the KDM control
> center module.
> I don't see it anywhere under Login Manager or KDM Theme
> Manager. These are the only two modules that show up when I
> type kdm into the search box for kcontrol.

Under the Appearance tab, last item on the bottom. If you don't have that option was your package built with SAK support?