I like Midnight Commander. Might have to do with starting with DOS machines in the early 90s in Russia, but now I just really like the integration of the command line with a two-panel file list. And a key feature is that Ctrl+Enter copies the name of the currently selected file or directory into the command line, without starting it.
Unfortunately, on Fedora (26 and 27) this fails in Konsole and, apparemntly, in all other X-based terminals too. It does work in the virtual console I get py pressing Ctrl-Alt-F3.
On OpenSuse Leap (42.1, 42.2, 42.3) the Ctrl+Enter functionality works perfectly. And I could not work out any difference. (I use KDE on both, which, as far as I understand, means that on Fedora I have X.org, not Wayland).
How can I make Ctrl+Enter work on Fedora? Alternatively if this is impossible, is there a way to reassign the very useful functionality to some other key combination in Midnight Commander?
(I would also consider alternatives to Midnight Commander itself, but on;y those running in a console window, and it seems there aren't any. I don't need a graphical two-panel file manager, as I use MC to assist in crafting commands quickly).