I have Debian GNU/Linux 8 Jessie (DE GNOME Shell 3.14.2) installed on my machine. After having set Alt + PageUp and Alt + PageDown shortcuts for multimedia sound volume Up\Down respectively, I found my default Up\Down-volume shortcuts Fn + F2 and Fn + F3 not working. Worth to mention that sound On\Off Fn + F1 works well.
I'm going to add "duplicate" shortcuts Fn + F2/F3 which will Up-and-Down volume as Alt + PageUp/PageDown now do. But I couldn't find the
Command for any these default shortcuts (all i can do is to change shortcut combination; can't change even its
And here is the question: where can I find the commands of these default keyboard shortcuts?
(I'll attach a few screenshots, maybe they will clarify this issue)
This is what I call the "default" shortcut, whose
Command I want to find:
And here are Name and Command fields I'm talking about.
Finally, with a hint of don_crissti user, I created two scripts and passed as
Command their location in this way:
Location, also a
amixer -q sset Master 3%+
Now, it works! The notification pop-up icon that shows the level appears only with default Fn + F2(F3) but it doesn't matter (maybe, I'll try to solve this later).
However, the there is still no answer on question where to find the commands like: sound volume up/down, turn ON/OFF the display, enable Numpad, display brightness More/Less, turn On/Off wireless etc., you know, all these actions which are marked on laptops' keyboard.
So I'll keep this question open until it becomes clear.
(UPDATE: will edit Q and post A soon.)