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This is how to set it up in konsole: Also see the Kde Reference for Key Bindings in Konsole. Settings -> Edit Current Profile -> Keyboard -> (select used keyboard layout) -> Edit -> Search/Filter for Return. Edit the following entries (left column only): Change Return-Shift-NewLine to Return-Shift-Ctrl-NewLine Change Return-Shift+NewLine to Return-Shift-...


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No need to install ibus, etc. All X11 apps have access to the exact keycodes and to their xkb / xim translations, and may ignore the latter. The problem is in the terminal emulator, and with the fact that there's no standard way to represent key combos like Ctrl-Enter in the terminal. Also, each terminal emulator has (or hasn't) its own way of configuring ...


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(From the Cinnamon menu) Preferences --> Keyboard, then click the Shortcuts tab.


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I found this: set-option -g prefix2 C-a Here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/10148449/multiple-tmux-prefix-key-combos


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It looks like the Debian installer might use the well-known screen utility to implement multiple tabs on a serial console, so use its key combinations to switch tabs: Ctrl+A, then 1-4 An alternative tool for the same purpose is tmux, which might be newer than screen... but apparently screen is a GNU project and tmux might be BSD. I would guess that screen ...


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