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( WIP - Do not vote on. ) Note: Ubuntu Mir will use the XKB format. Note: This is a non-exhaustive tutorial. It is most useful for an individual looking to create a new four level layout, and accessing it from the ubuntu settings. Understanding XKB Directory cd /usr/share/X11/xkb/ && ls types - How produced keys are changed by Active ...


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USING KEYBOARD KEYS AS MOUSE BUTTONS You may want to map a keyboard key to a mouse button. If you want to click using a keyboard key (useful if you have a macbook or a bad trackpad button) then you can do the following. install some utilities: sudo apt-get install x11-utils xkbset x11-xserver-utils find the keycode for the key you want to map: type ...


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The same problem. ctrl+v, ctrl+c stops to work IN ANY application when when switch to Russian layout. I think it's sanctions :) I have no similar problems in Linux Mint for example.


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acpi_listen is for observing cmds to the ACPI runtime, So if you where to say increase or decrease the brightness on your laptop you would see this. video/brightnessdown BRTDN 00000087 00000000 video/brightnessup BRTUP 00000086 00000000 I'm not really sure which tool you should use for listening to general key presses, but I know it's not acpi_listen.


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According to Linux man page, acpid is the system-wide ACPI event catcher. acpi_listen is a simple shell-friendly tool which connects to acpid and listens for events. When an event occurs, acpi_listen will print it on stdout. As far as i understand, the keys ctrl, shift are not event creating keys. fn keys coupled with up or down (for toggling ...


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Install ibus-m17n and add Hebrew (kbd (m17n)).



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