There are 2 ways of changing Ctrl + Alt + Delete behavior to open System Monitor: one if you are running Compiz, and one for Metacity, only to use if you are not running Compiz.
toolbox.com/blogs: I have just recently moved my home computer's Linux distribution from Debian to Gentoo. While I was in my switching process I had a revelatory observation. I will call it the inverse speed law . It goes like this:
theregister.co.uk: Hewlett-Packard is making an effort to support non-commercial Linux distributions on its servers and other vendors' business hardware. But you wouldn't know it from the black hole of fanfare regarding its new collaborative portal.
reddevil62-techhead: SMALL but perfectly formed... no, not me, this new Linux distribution I've been playing around with.
novell.com/prblogs: You might have seen the articles (internetnews, InformationWeek, cnet) reporting that Linux creator Linus Torvalds said the Linux kernel is “bloated”. We think Linus is right.
- Dell to offer Mini 10v netbook with Moblin Linux… starting tomorrow
- Canonical and Dell Deliver Ubuntu Moblin Remix Developer Edition
- Intel Shows Off Moblin 2.1
- The other 'new' Linux: Moblin
- Microsoft Silverlight to run on Moblin devices
- Moblin's Momentum Will Increase Open Source OS Fragmentation
- Linpus Hones Moblin-Based Linux Lite
itnewstoday.com: I was trying to find out if Arch Linux would be a viable replacement for Kubuntu. Just when I thought I had everything set up and working, I realized that I had completely forgotten about setting up wireless and audio.
linuxlock.blogspot: The head Linux guy for IBM, Bob Sutor fairly well showed the poker hand of most Enterprise Linux entities. Briefly, he said: Linux on the Desktop isn't worth pursuing. He called it a Dead End.
opensource.org: My activities in Open Source have paid for our house, car, etc etc (despite there being no such thing as an "open source business model"). However, I have never really actively attempted to convert my wife, Erica, to use Linux.
igneousquill.net: Not long ago I had the opportunity to show off GNU/Linux to a friend. She's been a lifelong Windows users and is just your average, non-technical computer user. Everything was going fine [until] I opened the command line.