Enable Restart X server (Ctrl-Alt-BackSpace) in Fedora 14 Laughlin

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X server kill/restart option via Ctrl-Alt-Backspace is disabled by default in Fedora 14, you can enable it by doing this

Enable Ctrl-Alt-Backspace for Fedora 14 with Gnome

  • Select “System”->”Preferences”->”Keyboard”
  • Select the “Layouts” tab and click on the “Layout Options” button.
  • Select “Key sequence to kill the X server” and enable “Control + Alt + Backspace”.
  • Enable Ctrl-Alt-Backspace for Fedora 14 with KDE

  • Click on the Application launcher and select “System Settings”
  • Click on “Regional & Language”.
  • Select “Keyboard Layout”.
  • Click on “Enable keyboard layouts” (in the Layout tab).
  • Select the “Advanced” tab. Then select “Key sequence to kill the X server” and enable “Control + Alt + Backspace”.
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