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Both of these solutions were a bit too hacky for my taste, so I dug a little deeper. The solution I found only uses dconf-editor. Just open dconf-editor and search (ctrl+F) for xkb-options and update the value. In my case, the value associated with the xkb-options key was ['terminate:ctrl_alt_bksp','lv3:alt_switch'] The option 'lv3:alt_switch' was the ...
If you are using the "English (US)" keyboard layout now, you need to add a keyboard layout that supports those special keys. Go to System Settings - Keyboard - Text Entry, and click the + button under the list of language input methods / keyboard layouts. You need something like "English (US, international)". If your keyboard is not a standard US keyboard, ...
Looks like there is an app out there called Synergy. I'm just discovering this, so I know nothing about it. I just stumbled across this article: http://www.linuxandubuntu.com/home/share-mouse-and-keyboard-with-your-windows-linux-machines-with-synergy-1-7-1
Found this xmodmap -e "keycode 66 = ISO_Level3_Shift" as an answer on Superuser.
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