On Tuesday 22 November 2011 11:09:10 pm Darrell Anderson wrote:
> > > 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.
Meant to say that I never saw it in KDE/TDE.
> > > 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?
Depends on whether the package maintainer built it with SAK support.
Appearance tab where?
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