spacegoat wrote:Thanks for the tips.
I believe this issue is dramatic.
The general PC community are not Boot CD knowledgeable. Businesses rely on logical security. They cannot physically protect every persons PC.
spacegoat wrote:My daughter who I locked out of Deb Mint by changing her password worked out a way to get back in and run any arbitrary program and access any user data!!!
The default in gnome is to map Ctl/Alt/Del to gnome-system-monitor. You can change it in gconf-editor under apps/metacity/keybinding_commands.
LMDE Main Menu has the keyboard shortcut for ctrl+alt+del as the log out short cut
malligt wrote:You raise an interesting point.
Consider for a moment that a majority of persons encountering LMDE for the first time, would see it my way...that is to say that the command ctrl+alt+del wrongly shows system monitor.
Probably due to years of Windows XP/VISTA/7 usage.
BTW--I diligently tried to follow your instructions, got to gconif-editor...apps/metacity/keybinding settings/command # 9....and tried to edit it (rename) to gnome-log-off....and it failed.
So I'm still learning...
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