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I installed Ubuntu 11.10 and quickly ditched Unity. I followed a tutorial containing instructions for getting Gnome set up properly but I am stuck without the "Keyboard Shortcuts" program in System->Preferences.

I know the command for this program is "gnome-keybinding-properties" but I don't know what package the program belongs to.

Running the command yields:

gnome-keybinding-properties: command not found
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gnome-keybinding-properties was provided by gnome-control-center before 11.10, that means this application was provided with Gnome2. In Gnome 3 (so with 11.10) you can't find this application with this name. Instead, use Gnome Control Center's Keyboard section (Shortcuts tab).

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For resume, use this commandline [Gnome 3]:

gnome-control-center keyboard
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Para resumir => To resume – user84207 Sep 27 '13 at 9:53

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