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Question Disable crtl+alt+dell Fedora 16

Someone can help me to disable or change the function default of crtl+alt+del in Fedora 16 ?
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Old 7th December 2011, 12:03 PM
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Re: Disable crtl+alt+dell Fedora 16

Go to 'Activities' mode and type the word 'tweak'. If your menu displays a program click on it, if it doesn't install 'gnome-tweak-tool' and then click on it.

The setting is on the shortcuts tab, settings, log out. Just press backspace to disable it. (which btw I think is a very strange idea, but hey it is your machine! )
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