I got to the point where I have to solve this problem and found out that
the suggested "UseSAK=false" solution works. I wanted to enable auto login
and changed my /etc/trinity/kdm/kdmrc but my changes just didn't seem to
work. Last time it didn't cross my mind to check if changes in
/etc/trinity/kdm/kdmrc are effective or not, I just assumed they are. Then
I saw a file named /etc/trinity/kdm/kdmdistrc and after deleting it all my
has priority over kdmrc.
So as far as my knowledge goes, as long as kdmdistrc is present no options
in kdmrc are read, so UseSAK never had a chance to be effective.
Is my assumption right and is kdmdistrc documented somewhere?
On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 9:19 AM, frigo <pratser.frigyes(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Thank you for your answers! Next time I am going to use the other list,
but hope it is OK to continue this thread here, to keep the information
I tried to enable the line "UseSAK=false" in
under section "[X-*-Greeter]" to no avail. After reboot and the first login
the dialog appears just like before.
"The development version of TDE provides a checkbox to
disable SAK functionality in the TDM control center module, though I don't
remember if that checkbox is available on 18.104.22.168 or not."
Just to be sure, the functionality of this checkbox is exactly the same
like enabling the "UseSAK" line in the config?
Disabling the DCOP calls would be an option, but one I want to avoid. The
lockdown environment allows the few users who can access it only to start
some pre-defined programs, so messing with dcop in a terminal is not a
problem. My biggest concern is that the dialog hides all other application
windows and I have to make sure that some of the applications are always
visible. The users could be told to never push CTRL+ALT+DEL, but I'd rather
control this behavior just to be on the safe side.
On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 9:58 PM, Slávek Banko <slavek.banko(a)axis.cz>wrote;wrote:
On Monday 24 of June 2013 21:09:01 Timothy
The development version of TDE provides a
disable SAK functionality in the TDM control center module, though I
remember if that checkbox is available on
22.214.171.124 or not.
In 126.96.36.199 checkbox is not available, but will be in 188.8.131.52, which
be available soon.
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