Re: building public system -how to disable ctr-alt-backspace etc
On Tue, May 06, 2003 at 01:08:04PM +0100, The voices made Grzesiek Sedek say:
> How can I disable virtual terminals (Alt-ctr-Fxx) reset (ctr-alt-del)
These two are easy - delete the appropriate lines in /etc/inittab and
reload init (init q)
Be careful not to delete all the terminals (leave vc/1). You'll regret
> and ctr-alt-bkspace?
This is an option in the X config file. I regret that I don't know
what the option is.
> in addition to that I want certain programs to be run after automatic
> login into X.
And finally, this would depend heavily on how X is logged in to.
Most likely, though, is ~/.xsession or /etc/X11/Xsession.d/
GIT/CM d+(-) s++:- a-->? C++++ UL++++$ P+++>++++ L++>++++ E>++ W--$ N
o? K++ w--- O-- M V? PS+>+++ PE-- Y+>++ PGP++@ t+ 5- X- R tv b+++>++++
DI++ D++ G e(*) h!>- r--- y->+++