Re: reboot/shutdown/logout options MIA on Debian?

While I -do- appreciate the advice, at least for Gnome 1.x, it qualifies
as "close, but not quite."  I -do- get prompted at logout: "Really log
out?", with a "save current settings" checkbox.  I do not get, however,
the "reboot/shutdown/logout" options.  I'm assuming it's somehow keyed to
the user logged in at the console -- after all, they can always hit
<ctl><alt><f1>,<ctl><alt><del>, and reboot the machine (unless it's been
disabled), so it's not really that big of a security concern for the
console user.  But I just can't quite figure out where that is...

Sorry to be a pest,


> On Thu, 2003-01-16 at 14:15, tom wrote:
>> I've been lurking on this because I find the same thing annoying. I'm
>> using Debian Woody and Gnome 1.4. What is the advanced->sessions
>> applet. I do not see it from the normal menus. Or, is my lack of Gnome
>> experience showing?
> We (I?) was talking about Gnome2.
> For Gnome1.x it shoul dbe in the control centre, run "gnomecc" and look
> in Sessions.
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