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I have a new keyboard and it has an ENTER key smaller than my previous keyboard, right next to it there is this key "ç" and I always hit it when trying to hit ENTER.

I don't use this ç key, so is there a way I could map it to the ENTER key?

I am using ubuntu 10.04, the keyboard is a genius slimstar 110.

Update:

I solved it using sudo xmodmap -e "keysym 51 = KP_Enter", but will that survive a restart?

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Put it in a new file called ~/.Xmodmap. –  enzotib Dec 19 '11 at 6:51
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Update:

I solved it using sudo xmodmap -e "keysym 51 = KP_Enter", but will that survive a restart? Uoplem Dec 19 '11 at 4:37

Put it in a new file called ~/.Xmodmap. – enzotib Dec 19 '11 at 6:51

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Or run xmodmap -pke > ~/.Xmodmap after changing the keysym. Don't run xmodmap with sudo though; it doesn't make it work any better than it already does. –  geirha Mar 4 '12 at 20:13
    
@geirha want to edit that into the question? I haven't a clue, I'm just trying to move good answers from the comments as part of clean up week. –  Tom Brossman Mar 4 '12 at 20:17
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