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I have a distro with Gnome 3. I can get to the Keyboard "app" from system settings. How can I open directly the Keyboard configuration app using a terminal ?

Is there a list with all of this ?

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To open the system settings app, itself, just invoke gnome-control-center from the terminal prompt. From there, you can select the keyboard app.

If you don't want to display the entry screen to system settings, pass keyboard as a parameter:

gnome-control-center keyboard.

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