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How do I find out what program 'owns' a hotkey?

the following commands helped me to identify all programs grabbing keyboard shortcuts: $ lsof -c Xorg | grep ".log" # find out the path for the Xorg log file Xorg 16025 sr 4w ...
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Switch between Dosbox and Linux

My dosbox man page (man dosbox) tells me Ctrl+F10 captures/releases the mouse. And that they can be changed in the keymapper (i.e., by running dosbox -startmapper).
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Command to toggle on/off touchpad in Xfce

I'm running Xubuntu 21.10 (xfce). The xinput method didn't work because synclient/synaptics wasn't in sync & is still running. Rather than try the synclient solution, which may not work in the ...
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Where is "hddtemp" error logged after login?

If your init system is systemd, which is the default init system for Debian 8 and later, then the error is likely logged in the systemd journal. That's accessed using journalctl. See man journalctl ...
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Show keyboard layout on XFCE

I was missing this, too (recently switched to Manjaro XFCE). Fortunately, if gkbd-keyboard-display is installed in your system (it most often is), you can write a little bash 3-liner to call it up, ...
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