Problem with keybindings
erikharrison at gmail.com
Thu Apr 21 10:22:09 CEST 2005
On 4/21/05, Marcin Wasilewski <marcinwasilewski at poczta.onet.pl> wrote:
> Hello Group.
> I have HP Thin Client (blackbox) with XFCE and Citrix ICA and RDP.
> The problem is when I run ICA and it asks me to press CTRL+ALT+DEL to log
> in. When I press the keys the XFCE screen locks.
> I found that I have to use CTRL+ALT+ENTER instead.
> Where can I change the keybindings for this action?
I'm honestly not sure how HP has setup this binding, so an HP specific
forum may be preferable. Since CTRL+ALT+DEL triggers an interuppt (or,
rather, and event, since it's a keyboard) it's not manageable by the
Window Manager - HP has to have set the hook at the kernel level.
Unless HP has replaced or augmented the system that Xfce already
provides, those keybindings that the Window Manager can manage are
handled in the window manager settings.
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