Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1261425
lxdm prevents from locking my screen by Super+L keys after loging in, as I did it sucessfully if using GDM as displaymanager
Last modified: 2015-09-09 10:26:41 EDT
Description of problem:
I runned gdm as displaymanager and chosed Super+L as shortcut to lock my screen. Then I installed and used lxdm as displaymanager, but then it's no more possible to lock the screen by Super+L key after logging in. I can get rid of this by re-using gdm as displaymanager,
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Steps to Reproduce:
It is just LXDE does not support it, not a bug.
By the way, although I have not tried myself, there is a way to customize shortcut key on LXDE (via openbox) when you use LXDE desktop:
However I guess the above won't work when you use LXDM for login manager and use desktop environment other than LXDE. If you want to make lxdm support this, please file a RFE for the upsteam.