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This question has been asked already, but it doesn't seem to apply to Ubuntu 12.10. The file formats of
/usr/share/gnome-control-center/keybindings/ has changed.
I tried the script someone kindly provided...
cd /usr/share/gnome-control-center/keybindings for entry in $(grep KeyListEntry * |cut -d'/' -f2- |cut -d'"' -f1); do echo $entry gconftool -u "/$entry" done
But it returns...
Error unsetting '/KeyListEntry>': Bad key or directory name: "/KeyListEntry>": '>' is an invalid character in key/directory names
...for every entry.
I changed a few of the keyboard shortcuts thinking it would only apply to my bluetooth keyboard, but I was wrong.
How can I go about resetting them in Ubuntu 12.10?
Some items like, Monitor Brightness Down, do not appear in Keyboard Settings 'Shortcuts', which is why I am looking for a reset.