On Monday 20 February 2012 02:53:15 pm Jiri Jansky wrote:
> Dne 20.2.2012 14:25, Sl�vek Banko napsal(a):
> > Dne po 20. �nora 2012 Jiri Jansky napsal(a):
> >> Hi,
> >> I wanned fix bug number 690 and get rid of high cpu usage during kdm
> >> login screen. So I first tried daily-build and when I get know, that
> >> it's not stable for daily use i downgrade to Slavek's pathed 3.5.13
> >> (http://trinity-users.pearsoncomputing.net/?0::2776).
> >> In both case, there shoul be that bug fixed.However, problem seems to
> >> be still there (on my coputer) and as a bonus I get another one. When
> >> there is "Press ctrl+alt+delete" window there, I can try keep pressing
> >> these keys, but windows is still there and I can log in.
> >> Any advise? How to debug that?
> >> Can I reopen this bug?
> >> Regards
> >> Jirka
> > The problem with Ctrl + Alt + Delete is a different bug than 690, so it
> > probably should be reported separately. Meanwhile you can workaround -
> > disable Ctrl + Alt + Delete ;)
> > Slavek
> I have problem both with Ctrl + Alt + Delete window and with high cpu
> usage of kdm_great. So problem with high cpu usage of kdm_great is still
> there and new problem with ctrl+alt+delete window is another one.
To turn off CTRL+ALT+Del without editing config files, go to Control Center -> System Administration -> Login Manager and click Administrator Mode at the bottom. Uncheck "Enable Secure Attention Key" and apply. CTRL+ALT+Del should now be gone.
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