Changing the 'lock screen' keyboard shortcut in Ubuntu

Sometimes it’s the simple things in life that make me happy…

I have both an Ubuntu and Windows desktop at work and wanted to use the ‘Windows-L’ keyboard shortcut to lock my screen on Ubuntu just as it already does on Windows.

Turns out it’s very simple.

alt.net conference writeup to come just when I get around to it.

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