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The customization will affect just that particular version made by you. This will be your kernel compiled from source and customized. Actually if all your hardware is working with the new made kernel, you don't need to upgrade it after at all. The description of how to do it, you can find it at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/BuildYourOwnKernel.
you can use unity-tweak-tool or ubuntu-tweak and then copy the modified files if you want to create a custom version of ubuntu
You should be able to simply do that in Keyboard settings: Gnome 3.10 - should be the same for most versions of Gnome 3 Gconf is deprecated - you are supposed to use dconf - which can be done simply using dconf-editor. You need to look for: org.gnome.desktop.wm.keybindings panel-main-menu It should be in this format - it might cause problems ...
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