I use Linux Mint with 'Terminal GNOME'.
I want to use CTRL+C in terminal to copy text. Easy.. I set it in Preferences, but I also need to send somehow 'intr' signal to apps.
I want to make terminal send 'intr' signal when I click CTRL+B, not CTRL+C. Easy.. I made changes in tty settings with:
stty intr ^B
and everything was fine.
Then I found that when I open 'screen' started by someone who uses CTRL+C, I cannot send 'intr' signal. It ignores my CTRL+B and CTRL+C is blocked by Terminal 'copy' function. I work on servers with other users and I cannot tell them to change their tty config.
Is there any option to 'wire' my CTRL+B 'click' in Terminal to CTRL+C click (but not copy), so underlaying tty will see CTRL+C and my Terminal will copy text when I click CTRL+C on keyboard?
I can use other terminal app, compile it, whatever.
I read many tutorials/questions on stack and did not find answer. Also downloaded few popular terminal applications for Linux Mint, but none had option to 'reconfigure' signal shortcuts.