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I want to use a Mac keyboard in Linux with Gnome 3. What I essentially want is to have Cmd/Ctrl keys behave like in Mac: do all copy/cut/paste, window switch and etc. using Cmd key but in Terminal Ctrl+C and friends to do their normal job.

I suppose that it can be accomplished if I software-swap somehow Cmd/Ctrl keys and put exceptions for Terminal app. But so far Google didn't show me the true & ultimate way of doing that.

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