On Linux systems Ctrl+Alt+F1 thru F6 open virtual terminals. It seems like there are only 6 of these. Sometimes F7 may also be used for the window manager but at least on my current system (18.04) it is F1 that brings me back to the desktop.
So I have some binds, and due to historical momentum I chose F10 as the key to swap with my caps lock, and so I want to set up various key combination binds with F10, e.g. Shift+F10, Alt+F10, etc. I use these key chords heavily in terminal since it's kind of a free source of extra keys, F10 is normally out of the way and won't get used.
So here's the problem, I can't really set up a Ctrl+Alt+F10 bind because on Linux it will go to a blank virtual terminal blinking cursor screen. I'd like to know if there is a way to disable this while keeping the 1 thru 6 tty's available for troubleshooting needs. Barring that it seems like Ctrl+Alt+F10 will be completely off-limits to me.