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two-key alternative to ctrl+shift+c

One of the biggest annoyances when working in a Linux terminal is that copy/paste shortcuts consist of 3 keys: Ctrl+Shift+c Especially in laptop keyboards with the Fn key on the lower left corner, ...
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How to change keymap on native console?

When I'm switching to native console with Ctrl+Alt+Fn I have wrong keyboard maping. I want to set keymap proper to my language. In KDE, web browser, konsole etc. everything is OK. So, how to change ...
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How to define a Compose Key in terminal (no desktop environment)?

I would like to define a compose key on my system (it's a Debian Sid "Wheezy"). I have no Xorg (and don't want any desktop environment). Only in terminal. I would like to set it up on my Alt-Gr key ...
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OS X, Terminal: make the Help key simulate Ins

In OS X Terminal I've configured the Home (Ctrl+A = \001), End (Ctrl+E = \005), Page Up (\033[5~) and Page Down (\033[6~) keys, so I improved the Midnight Commander experience a lot. But how do I ...
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ctrl + key in terminal always uses standard keymap

I am on Ubuntu 10.4. My standard keyboard is QWERTZ, but I usually use the Dvorak layout. When I type inside the GNOME terminal, the layout is the one I set in keyboard preferences (e.g. Dvorak). ...
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end-of-line, beginning-of-line keys for Terminal.app on Macbook Pro Keyboard

On a Macbook Pro keyboard, how do you go the the end-of-line and beginning-of-line in Terminal.app? Note that Ctrl-a and Ctrl-e on this computer with default configuration does not work. They just ...
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I just got a Mac! How do I do “end” , “home”, “page up” and “page down” in my terminal/VIM editor?

I write a lot of python in my VIM, on the terminal. What do I do?