On Sat, Apr 28, 2012 at 04:36, Fernando Cassia <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> How is one supposed to configure keystrokes so Ctrl-Alt-Del invokes
> "gnome-system-monitor -p" (process view) instead of the current
> behaviour of the logout screen?
Answering myself. It' s quite easy, actually....
From the Gnome 3.x Applications list enter "Shortcut" on the search
box, the list will get narrowed to just the Keyboard properties.
Go to Shortcuts->System, then scroll down to "Log Out"
You will see it assigned to "Ctrl-Alt-Delete". Click on it, the value
will change from "Ctrl-Alt-Del" to "New accelerator"
Now press the desired hotkey to assign for the logout screen
(I choose [Ctrl] + [-] on the keypad, which feels natural as the
keypad minus also has "Z z z z" printed as secondary function.
From that point on C-A-D will no longer invoke Logout. Now time to
create a new hotkey for the desired behaviour of C-A-D.
On the same app, on the left panel, select "Custom Shortcuts" and
press the + button.
Now fill the new entry with:
Name: Process Manager
Command: /usr/bin/gnome-system-monitor -p
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