gnome-shutdown applet: command or keyboard shortcut
szzoli at elte.hu
Fri Jul 20 10:16:11 UTC 2007
I would like to evoke the gnome-shutdown applet (=shutdown dialog) by a
command or keyboard shortcut. Do you have any idea how to achieve it,
what command is in the background of this applet?
"Weak" alternatives I've found:
I)immediate shutdown, suspend, hibernate or restart (without dialog)
by gnome-power-cmd.sh: "gnome-power-cmd.sh shutdown",...
II)power button: get a dialog window (not the same as that of the
shutdown applet, not shortcut/command, no hibernate option); ACPI event.
III)external applications (nice programs, but without hibernate option
-- currently): "Shutdown Now" (http://www.anthsworld.co.nr/),
IV)In "Main:System:Preferences:Personal:Keyboard Shortcuts" no keyboard
shortcut definition possibility is available for the shutdown applet.
V)shutdown applet: no Properties; its icon is "gnome-shutdown.svg", but
there is no "gnome-shutdown" command.
Any idea is appreciated,
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