How to disable the keys combination "ctrl+alt+backspace" on Solaris?

After making a new installation for Solaris Nevada 47 x86, the keys combination "ctrl+alt+backspace" which can log out without warning hurt me again.

I was just writing some new stuff, and I didn't know how I clicked these three keys at the same time. Then my gnome desktop logged out automatically, with data losing... As I could remember, I clicked the space button just before the black window showed up. Maybe it's not caused by the keys combination, maybe it's related to the Chinese input method. Anyway, after I disable "ctrl+alt+backspace", it never appeared again.

The instructions are as follow:
1) cd /etc/X11
2) cp .xorg.conf xorg.conf
3) Edit xorg.conf and add the following clause
Section "ServerFlags"
Option "DontZap" "true"
EndSection
4) ctrl+alt+backspace to restart your x window manager.

Or the website directly: http://jdsbj.prc/wiki//index.php/Disable_ctrl_alt_backspace

Comments:

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Posted by ggfdsgfd on September 25, 2006 at 09:20 PM CST #

Thanks for the tip. I just lost my changes to our team's wiki page for the second time because of that key combination. Very displeased.

Posted by Adam Pritchard on October 27, 2006 at 07:35 PM CST #

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