Right now, Ctrl + Alt + L locks the screen but I want to make it Super + L as the shortcut, how can I do it ?
You can do that using the keyboard settings:
Press the Windows key (in Linux world, more correctly called the Super key), then type
Click on the
Keyboardprogram that appears first in the list to open it.
Systemin the left pane.
In the right pane you can change the
Lock screenoption, just click on it and press any combination of keys that you want.
If you are running KDE (or Kubuntu), you can change the shortcut to lock your desktop through the
Global Shortcuts system settings module. This procedure has been tested in Plasma 5.10.5 and kubuntu 17.10.
- Access the
Global Shortcutssystem settings module via
System Settingsand then click the
Workspacecategory; or by typing
Global Shortcutsfrom the Application Menu or Application Dashboard.
- Switch to
Customand click on the gear icon to assign your own.