disable hibernate and keymap on thin clients
gmccullagh at gmail.com
Thu Aug 31 11:08:45 BST 2006
thanks for the reply.
On Thu, 31 Aug 2006, Oliver Grawert wrote:
> Am Dienstag, den 29.08.2006, 21:48 +0100 schrieb Gavin McCullagh:
> > XKBLayout = GB
> > under [default] in /etc/ltsp/lts.conf and /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/lts.conf
> > (which is correct?) but to no avail. I keep getting @ instead of ",
> > etc.
> the variables in lts.conf are environment variables, they should be
> capiatlized, also there is no "GB" keymap in xorg, its likely rather
Cool, so I probably need:
XKBLAYOUT = gb
also, which of the above is the correct lts.conf location?
I know you're preparing a default lts.conf which is a good idea. It would
be really helpful to have a doc or wiki page somewhere which listed _every_
directive which can be set in lts.conf and if possible every possible value
(within reason, I realise this wouldn't be possible for something like X
> > 2. Out of curiosity I hit the Hibernate button presented when I click quit.
> > To my shock and alarm the system went down. And I mean the server.
> > Both on my account and the users. How do I disable this horrible
> > @feature at .
> that bug showed up very late in the release cycle, i'm working on a
> patch for gnome-session in edgy i hope to be able to backport to dapper
> for the next pointrelease. for now the easiest is to remove
> gnome-power-manager completely via apt or set the gconf keys
> "can-suspend" and "can-hibernate" with gconf-editor, that will make the
> option go away.
I see. I'll probably go with removing the gnome-power-manager for now.
Can one set global gconf keys and if so how is it done? I presume a user
could probably over-ride this but that's not so much of a concern. My fear
is that a user will hit hibernate thinking that they can return to their
programs when they login again (as gnome currently advertises).
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