I'm using Ubuntu on a Samsung Chromebook. As some of you may know, the keyboard used in ChromeOS based netbooks is a bit awkward: amongst other things, it doesn't have a Del key*. If I were going to use this netbook to its original purpose, browsing, I guess it wouldn't be a problem, but I need to program with it, and I miss a lot of keys, specially the Delete one, but also Page Up, Page Down, home and End.
So I've been looking for a way to remap Alt+Backspace to Page Up, Alt+left arrow to Home, Alt+down to Page Down, and so on...
I have found a lot of explanations on how to remap one key, but I don't know how I can remap a key combination to a single key. Has anyone tried to do something like this?
Thanks a lot.
*I mean, the key that deletes a character to the right. We call it "Supr" in Spain, I am not sure how it's in english-speaking countries.