What I'm trying to do is to pre-configure a Logitech G602 assigning a specific key combination to each configurable button (G6, G7, G7 etc...) The only way to do that is on Windows (to save the key combinations on the internal memory). But if I set for example Control + Super + 6 to the G6 button and Control + Super + 7 to the G7 button an so on, I can forget about Windows and set binds to every key combination (Control + Super + 6 ...) using Xbindkeys. I have done that with mouses with extra buttons using for example:
#Copy "xdotool key ctrl+C" b:8
That assigns the copy function to b:8 mouse button. The thing is that this mouse does not work in the same way that other mice do. It is like a keyboard in which I can define the function for every button but in the internal memory. This is what I want to do (as an example) but it is not working:
#Copy "xdotool key ctrl+C" Control + Super + 6
This configuration did not work neither:
#Copy "xvkbd -xsendevent -text "Cc"" Control + Super + 6
What I want to do is to basically use a keyboard shortcut to trigger another keyboard shortcut. That way, I can ask for a PC with Windows and do a one-time configuration to the mouse and the assign functions as I want on Linux.