Here goes another seemingly nubly question that i used to use frequently, how to stop control+alt+backspace from killing my X session?
Ii used to use the DontZap = true in my xorg.conf file back when and IIRC it worked the way i wanted, this is a personal choice and nothing to do with "security" or otherwise.
I spent some time googleing and such but came up with the same DontZap option, i am assuming that Xenocara does not support this? or is configured differently?Yes i have tried "True" and also "yes" and neither worked, i am assuming Xenocara is the difference?
Thx for your helpful comments on this.
The more you learn, the more you realize how little you know ....
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