I'm in Linux (if it's relevant: Fedora 17 x86_64, 3.6.11) and my laptop's PageUp key has gone ultrasensitive on me. I'd like to disable it (remap it to nothing at all) as I've never liked it where it is (right next to my up arrow keys).
I'm sure that I can use xmodmap to do it, but I don't even know where to start.
** EDIT **
I have read through the man page for xmodmap top to bottom. It is not useful for a beginner (makes a great reference for an experienced user, I assume, like the other man pages I use on a regular basis). My biggest problem is in understanding all the opaque terminology they've invented for it. I can see how to remap a single key in its various modified forms, but there's no "IGNORE THIS KEY COMBINATION" option that I've been able to find.
I'd like something like:
keycode 112 = NULL PAGE_UP
I'm pretty certain that either
remove might be the answers to my problem, but I can't find a good description of how to use them. The simplest tutorials indicate that
clear isn't what I want (it's all about modifiers). And
remove looks like an assignment not a removal