xmodmap is a tool for manipulating keymaps and pointer button mappings in the Xorg environment.

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dead key after switching two keys with xmodmap

My keyboard switches the (German) keys [^] and [<], so I want to switch the two keys. I identified the keycodes using xev and created a file ~/.xmodmap containing keycode 94 = asciicircum degree ...
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How to bind super key to Ctrl+Shift using xmodmap?

I have read the xmodmap documentation. I could only find information on how to bind one key to another. How do I bind one modifier key to a combination of other modifier keys? Can I do this using ...
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CapsLock as modifier key for application keymaps

I am developer and currently I am using Ubuntu Linux with PyCharm IDE for development of website. In order to improve typing performance I consider change CapsLock to Hyper_L and assign it to mod3 ...
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xmodmap hanging the system for 20 secs and not sticking

I edited the keyboard map using xmodmap as per https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Xmodmap, and I have two problems: executing xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap completely hangs the system for 15-25secs, which ...
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I want to make both Control keys as a Super key

I want to make both Control_L and Control_R as a Super key (Windows Key). Is this possible? I only made Control_R as a Super key but I could not make Control_L. Here is what I done. xmodmap -e ...
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xmodmap causes incorrect keyboard shortcuts

I used xmodmap to switch the Caps Lock and Ctrl keys on my Thinkpad X120e. The keys are swapped but this has caused keyboard shortcuts in several applications to stop working correctly. In Libre ...
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How to permanently swap esc and caps lock in xfce / xubuntu?

I followed some post a while ago, and it said to make an ~/.xmodmap file like so: ! Swap caps lock and escape remove Lock = Caps_Lock keysym Escape = Caps_Lock keysym Caps_Lock = Escape add Lock = ...
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OpenSUSE - Apple Wireless Keyboard - Switch “fn” and “ctrl” key?

I'm trying to configure the Apple Keyboard so that the "fn" key and the "ctrl" key are swapped. So far I swapped the "cmd" and "alt" key, the "°" and "<" key using xmodmap. Information for that can ...
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xmodmap configuration to emulate Mac special key layout?

On my Mac, I frequently type curly quotes manually. For example, a left curly double quote is Option-[. I would like to do the same on my Linux box. I run vanilla X11 (FVWM) with no GNOME, KDE, etc. ...
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xfce swap command and control keys

What is the equivalent of this in Debian XFCE?: Go into System -> Preferences -> Keyboard Click on the "Layouts" tab and then click the "Layout Options" button. Click on "Alt/Win key ...
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Xmodmap on bashrc not working [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why won’t my xmodmap command run on startup/login? I have my .bashrc file with the three following commands: xmodmap ~/.xmodmap synclient TapButton2=2 synclient ...
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Weird problem. My left arrow key is not working and sometimes muting sound

My left arrow key is not working as intended. In KDE, it mutes the sound. In Awesome Window manager, it does nothing. Here's my 00-keyboard.conf file : I have tired to comment out XkbModel, ...
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Is it possible to bind a shell script to a key press [duplicate]

I used xev to find the key code for fn-f5 and came up with a little script to toggle the bluetooth on or off. My question is whether it's possible to bind fn-f5 (keycode 246) to my shell script ...