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Thanks Giles, I now realize I miss-understood the terminology of 'focus'. I want to focus the terminal but only have the web browser viable. A basic method (Openbox 3.5.2, Raspbian, Pi3). Edit rc.xml to include a window focus key-binding, e.g. keybind key="W-x" <action name="PreviousWindow"> <finalactions> <action name="Lower"/&...


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Kbdmux combines two keyboard to one by switching the original devices to only return scancodes and translating them through only one keymap. When using Xorg kbdmux itself is switched to just return scancodes with Xorg doing the translation. The problem is of course that Xorg only sees one keyboard attached. So, I think your idea is in fact the only possible ...


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I found your solution on the Arch wiki: Out of the box, systemd-logind will catch power key and lid switch events and handle them: it will shut down the Chromebook on a power key press, and a suspend on a lid close. However, this policy might be a bit harsh given that the power key is an ordinary key at the top right of the keyboard that might be ...



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