How to activate Ctrl+Alt+Backspace on your Linux OS


Today, in our Linux Page, we posted a brief tip (in Spanish) about Ctrl+Alt+Backspace function and how to activate it by default. Ctrl+Alt+Backspace is very useful when you want to change your user or restart Xorg without shutting down your PC. To activate the Ctrl+Alt+Backspace function it is necessary to launch the Terminal and type:

$ sudo aptitude install dontzap -y

and, to activate the keyboard, just:

$ sudo dontzap -disable (yes, it is strange but -disable- is the right command)

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