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Deleting input forward to the next space

When in terminal I can use Ctrl+w to delete a whole word or IP (. is separator for each octet) when going leftward of prompt. However, if I try Alt+d to go rightward of prompt, terminal recognizes "." ...
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Linux kernel dropping custom keyboard scan codes

I have a vintage IBM 122 key model M keyboard that I am adapting for use on a modern computer. I am using a Teensy 2.0 to do the encoding and to handle the USB side of things. I borrowed the firmware ...
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Stop laptop keys acting as a numpad with numlock on

I have bought an USB number pad and it's working as expected. Anyway, to use number keys, I need num lock on, and if I turn it on, my keyboard numpad sends numbers instead of the letters... How to ...
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How to map extended buttons on mouse?

I am trying to follow this guide to using a Logitech G600. I have (using a windows computer) mapped each key combo on the mouse to something on a normal keyboard. I have set up some rules in ...
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showkey -s doesn't display scancodes in CentOS 6.4

I'm running CentOS 6.4 on vagrant and then doing a vagrant SSH into the box. I've been trying to get backspace to work correctly for a while now (as chronicled here: Centos Terminal Configuring ...
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Free all function keys ( F1-F12 ) for gnome-terminal

I'm using gnome-terminal and I need to free all the F keys because I need to remap them to something else inside vim, how I can do that? I'm running Ubuntu 13.04.
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XFCE how to show pop up when using sound function keys

On Unity and Ubuntu, I noticed that if I change the volume via function keys, it shows a pop up. Can I have the same ability with Arch and Xfce? It already does it with brightness (if I press the ...
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XFCE keyboard layout switcher broke .Xmodmap Caps Lock remapping

I have successfully remapped Caps Lock to Enter, using ~/.Xmodmap: clear Lock keycode 66 = Return Remapping scancode for Caps Lock But after switching to XFCE and installing keyboard switching ...
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Remapping keys that generate multiple scan codes

I have a ThinkPad W540. On its keyboard there are four multimedia keys above the numpad. Two of those keys generate keycodes (and, apparently, scancodes) that correspond to combination of keys, Win_L ...
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Custom key combinations in dwm

I have some custom key combinations in config.h, which work great. I just got a 60% keyboard, and would like to configure the arrow keys to work Vim-like ¨hjkl¨, instead of the combination with FN + ...
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Remapping Num Lock key to function as Caps Lock

As a followup to this question, my Caps Lock key is now mapped to Compose instead. However, it turns out that my 14 month old toddler still manages to turn on Caps Lock from time to time with his ...
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vim arrow keys insert mode mapping

I want to move the cursor without using arrow keys in insert mode too. I've tried the following: :imap <A-h> <Left> but after moving cursor left by Alt-H from insert mode I get back to ...
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X11: disable Shift+NumpadN outputing N when NumLock is off to have Shift+NumpadHome

I’m using GNOME 3.14.3 on ArchLinux. If I press Shift+Home (regular Home) while the cursor is placed at the end of a line, the line gets selected. That’s expected. If I press just the regular Home, ...
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How to map PowerOff button as End on XWindows?

I have this unfortunate PowerOff button on my laptop situated in the place of the End key: I already have a way to disable the PowerOff handler triggered by the OS (Ubuntu 14.04 in my case). Now I ...
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How do I combine two keys to act as FN key with xbindkeys?

I have been hammering my head on the wall for the past two days trying to figure out a way to combine two keys to execute a function with xbindkeys. To make a long story short I have a chromebook ...
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Keyboard key is not recognized even with showkey

I am using Ubuntu 12.04, in a laptop that I carry around and use with different physical keyboards (as I don't feel comfortable with laptop keyboards) For one of those keyboards (Dell SK-8135) the ...
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Dead keys maps missing in certain programs only

I cannot use ^ with certain programs. I'm working in KDE on OpenSUSE 13.1 64b. ^ works as a dead key in Konsole, Firefox, Chrome, Gvim. ^ has no effect (pressing ^ then a just inserts a) in Xterm, ...
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Hex codes for input key combinations

In iTerm2 one can setup keyboard shortcuts so that for a given input sequence, iTerm2 sends a specific hex code to the terminal. What exactly are these hex codes? And how can I identify a hex code ...
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How to control keyboard backlight using hotkeys

How can I turn increase and decrease the keyboard backlight in notebook on Linux using the same hotkeys used on Windows? In Windows I can control the keyboard backlight by pressing hotkeys (FnF9 to ...
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Linuxwacom xsetwacom/xorg.conf

I have a CentOS 6.2 workstation with linuxwacom 0.21.0 installed. I am trying to map a button on a cintiq tablet to a keyboard key. I can do it successfully using: xsetwacom set "Wacom Cintiq 24HD ...
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Remapping shifted function keys in XKB

I'm working on a keyboard layout for the Khmer language and I'm quickly running out of space. My aim is to create a keymap that includes all the characters in the Khmer script as well was their ...
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Awesome GNOME recognizes my media keys but fails to act upon them

I'm using Awesome GNOME. When I log into the GNOME Shell, my up and down volume keys work. When I login to Awesome GNOME, they don't. However, when I go into gnome-control-center to set them, the ...
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Is it possible to make the right mouse button do something else in Linux Mint?

I have a cheap 2 button mouse so wanted to turn the right mouse button into my gesture button (with Easystroke). Perhaps making a double right click act as a normal right click.
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Make a key act as a modifier when combined with another key

I want to achieve the following effect: [ Key1 pressed & held, then Key2 pressed & released, then Key1 released ] acts as [ Ctrl + Key2 ] but Key1 pressed and released act as Key1 So, for ...
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Remap or unmap F10 from triggering window file menu in Xfce

By default F10 on Xfce activates the menu File menu and so cannot be used as a shortcut in any program. I already looked in the Window Manager and Keyboard settings pages and no F10 key binding is ...
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What is the difference between X11 keymapping and virtual console keymapping

In linux we have X11 which governors keyboard layouts but sadly any changes made there don't affect the system as a whole so in a tty you are left with standard qwerty no matter what your X11 ...
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Method to convert simultaneous key chord / letter key combo into another key?

I'm looking for a method to make simultaneous key presses trigger another, e.g. for the keys W, E, F, pressed simultaneously, to trigger another key press, say, Ctrl+Alt+Esc. My ultimate goal (in ...
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Change control flow key to scroll lock

So, my Scroll Lock key doesn't have much use, while I keep hitting Ctrl-S with no intention of stopping control flow. I know how to disable Ctrl-S from locking scroll (stty -ixon), but can I use ...
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execute command on pointer movement, wait and revert?

I've got two pointing devices (touchpad and trackpoint) and the goal is to execute a command when movement (any direction, any distance) is detected on the trackpoint, then wait a configurable amount ...
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How to map emacs multi-modifier keys in vim?

I want to be able to map the multi-modifier keys of emacs in vim. I am trying this for exiting vim: imap <C-x><C-c> <ESC>ZZ However, this does not work.
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replace menu key with capslock and capslock with left control using xkb

I followed the instruction here by defining my own xkbsymbols (Use setxkbmap to swap the Left Shift and Left Control) partial modifier_keys xkb_symbols "replace_Menu_Capslock" { replace key ...
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Wrong keybindings in Dvorak

Using Dvorak as the selected keyboard layout, I find this strange behavior: The copy+paste keybindings in some programs don't work with Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V in the dvorak position, but they work in the ...
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Different layouts and specific key mapping for different keyboards

Here's the deal I have an apple aluminium usb keyboard connected to my laptop with "windows" keyboard. And almost everything works great on my apple keyboard except three annoying problems. Each ...
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How to read characters from a serial keyboard on /dev/inputs/eventX (Speed?)

I'm trying to read from a second keyboard whose inputs can be read from /dev/inputs/eventX, but I get rubbish and not the character expected. I'm accessing my target by using Putty. I can connect to ...
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Change behaviour of the modifier keys system-wide

I’d want to make modifier keys (control, alt, shift, meta, super, lv3_switch) to act like usual keys, I mean, without holding one of them to perform associated key combination. Say C-x M-1 can by ...
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Unmap Ctrl+h from backspace

I have the following key mapping defined in .tmux.conf. bind-key -n C-l next bind-key -n C-h prev What it does is cycling through windows in tmux when pressing Ctrl + L an Ctrl + H, respectively. ...
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How to create custom keyboard binding

Is there a way to modify keyboard layout in Gnome in a such way that the following modifications will be available? ; --- Backspace <Alt-;> --- ; <Alt-h> --- LeftArrow <Alt-j> --- ...
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ir-keytable modifier keys support

I'd like to add modifier keys to some of my ir-keytable tables. I've tried with the following syntax: 0x48e KEY_LEFTALT+KEY_RIGHT # >> right jump But it is not working (the scancode=keycode ...