Control-Alt-Delete Issue in FC11
Bruno Wolff III
bruno at wolff.to
Wed Jun 16 16:20:43 UTC 2010
On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 21:33:28 +0530,
Parshwa Murdia <b330bkn at gmail.com> wrote:
> says something wrong, becoz the line:
> ca:12345:ctrlaltdel:/sbin/shutdown -t1 -a -r now
> doesn't exist in the /etc/inittab. For a single home PC (not the server) and
> for personal use, if someone wants to disable the Control-Alt-Delete Option,
> it is said to comment the above line, but FC11 /etc/inittab is like:
Since the switch to upstart that's not the place to define what happens.
In addition to what upstart does, on a gnome desktop (I don't know if
this is really an xorg setting) the logout function is bound to c-a-del.
> But still, Control-Alt-Delete doesn't seem to be closed.
Try the gnome setting. System -> Preferences -> Keyboard Shortcuts
> There are no other users who are using the PC, but is there any way to stop
> the PC rebooting via Control-Alt-Delete in the console mode? For a single
> FC11 desktop. Something is lacking...
There is also a security setting to not allow people to reboot or shutdown
the system. I think in F11 there was still a graphical interface for doing
that. (It seems to have been dropped at some point.) If you disable the
authorization, people can try to do a reboot but it won't happen.
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