hold down ctrl, press and release v, release ctrl button
hit u and release u
the ° will appear, continue typing normal characters
this does not work at a shell/terminal prompt, this is in the VI or VIM editor.
Just use XEV and XMODMAP. SIMPLE and better than dedicated programs or
emulating crappy Windows apps. All my LINUX stuff uses scripts to redefine
keys and change screen modes and then, when the program is done and exits,
set everything back to normal. It's about just as easy to use XMODMAP and
make a script as it is to make an AHK script, but with the added ...
I encountered an issue like this in Linux Redhat (I do not recall the version). During the boot up, I kept seeing messages where the OS was attempting to detect a USB device. It was clearly failing and making multiple attempts. I was able to bypass this issue by unplugging the optical mouse during the boot process. Once Linux finished booting up, I was able ...
I've tried without success:
It work's with capital letters:
Thanks for @ferranm for you answer it guided me.
Pd: tested on
Linux raspberrypi 4.19.50-v7+ #896 SMP Thu Jun 20 16:11:44 BST 2019 armv7l GNU/Linux
Not easily, but if you can program, you can grab (prevent them from passing events to anything but your program) both /dev/input/eventX devices, read keypresses from either, and output them in a single user-defined input device (/dev/uinput).
C example programs on how to use those kernel APIs exist. Other languages are also possible.
The USB Human Interface Device class is standardized, therefore the keyboard should work.
Maybe the fancy features like macros and LED lighting (assuming this keyboard has them) won't work; I couldn't find much info in a cursory search.
I am not familiar with MATE, and you may be able to bind commands to clicks and double clicks in the window manager that MATE uses. That is normally the preferred solution (and possible e.g. with the fvwm window manager).
If the MATE window manager doesn't support it, you can use xbindkeys to trigger commands on key/mouse combination. To recognize a double ...