How I can switch the left command key on the keyboard of my macbook, with the left ctrl key?
and if it is possible that the command right, continue acting like the super key / windows
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cat > ~/.xmodmaprc ! Erase existing bindings clear Control clear Mod4 ! Map key 37 (left ctrl) to Super_L (i.e. 'cmd') keycode 37 = Super_L ! Map key 133 (left cmd) to Control_L (i.e. 'ctrl) keycode 133 = Control_L ! And update modifier settings add control = Control_L add mod4 = Super_L
To end the input, press Ctrl+D.
To test you can run:
Finally, you should add this command to startup applications.
This should get you started. If this does not quite work for you, checkout this for more info:
To watch which key press corresponds to which internal keycode, run
and press some keys when the little white window has the focus. The keycodes won't change (133 will always be 133, but you should see the name of 133 before as
Control_L and after this procedure, after you log in again, it should be
For anyone using KDE, check under System Settings > Input Devices > Keyboard > Advanced. You'll need to enable "Configure keyboard options", open up "Alt/Win key behavior", then check "Ctrl is mapped to Win keys (and the usual Ctrl keys)". There is an identical setting for Alt mapping to the Win keys if you'd prefer the Control key be Alt.