4
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4answers
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Continue for loop by keyboard

I have user account on a linux machine which I do not know its exact IP address. But I know a range which it is ran on one of them. I want to check which server is my desired server. There are some ...
9
votes
2answers
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Script to quickly test all keyboard keys

I need to check some notebooks for bad keyboard keys, and so I'd like to speed that up as much as possible. I found nothing for this specific task, so my idea is a script that reads the pressed keys ...
10
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4answers
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How do I trigger autocomplete without a tab key?

I'm ssh-ing to my machine using my iPhone with an app called ServerAuditior. It doesn't have tab key. See screenshot. How do I trigger autocomplete without the tab key? I don't want to type a lot of ...
3
votes
1answer
563 views

Unix User Level Keylogger

I need to record my own keystroke data for some academic research. I wrote a regular keylogger for Windows, but now I need to write one for a Unix environment, with the constraint that I have only ...
4
votes
2answers
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Log number of keyboard hits

How can I log a keyboard hit via shell script? My aim is to log the number of keyboard hits of a login session on my Ubuntu system. Note: I do not want to log the keystrokes itself, only the number ...
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votes
2answers
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What does this output from xev mean?

I'm interested in remapping some keys on my keyboard. In particular, I want to hold down the Function key, press the F1 key, and have this trigger a script. I know that xev is useful for figuring out ...
4
votes
2answers
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Why does Ctrl+Arrow make my terminal switch to a strange mode?

When i type Ctrl+Left or Ctrl+Right within Guake or gnome-terminal the last one's behaviour turns to a some kind of non-usual mode: - key acts like arrow up and + like arrow down, v runs Nano, etc. ...