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I think you issue is in BIOS not the OS. Linux should detect a USB keyboard w/o problems if the BIOS is correct. Try to find something in bios similar to: "legacy usb support" and set it to legacy. OR Depending on your BIOS you may find something like this: USB Keyboard support via BIOS (in place of OS) Dig around in BIOS and see what the USB ...


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Tried the following new approach (with success) Created a new file named sclkfile in the /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/ directory, and added the following contents: // Make the Scroll Lock key a left Super. xkb_symbols "sclk_super" { replace key <SCLK> { [ Super_L ] }; modifier_map Mod4 { <SCLK> }; }; Added the new rule in /usr/share/...


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I will be referencing this AskUbuntu post about how to create a keyboard shortcut for the purpose of creating screenshots using the XFCE desktop environment. Go to: XFCE Menu > Settings > Keyboard > Application Shortcuts and add the xfce4-screenshooter -f command to use the Print Screen key in order to take fullscreen screenshots. ...


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