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I have added few custom keyboard shortcuts via "keyboard shortcuts" app in unity. It used to go gconf file under /apps/metacity/keybinding_commands/ section in Ubuntu 10.10. But, I couldn't find the same in Ubuntu 11.04. How do i achieve setting custom shortcuts using gconftool or similar tool from command line ?

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I think you can do it via "Commands" (under "General") plugin of ccsm (sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager). It uses gconf backend, so you should be able to configure it from command line as usual.

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