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How to remap Fn and ctrl keys in linux?

I bought a Lenovo computer and installed Deepin 2014 on it, but the ctrl and fn key placements are bothering me. How can I swap those keys in Linux?
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Key mapping sony vaio [duplicate]

I have Sony Vaio laptop. My left arrow key is not working. The same key is used for Home with Fn key. I want to map it to the right Ctrl key, which is the key next to it.
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2answers
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How can I re-map these keys?

I am re-mapping the Qwerty layout to Dvorak using AHK because I can't install custom keyboard layouts on this computer. Most of my remapping just follows a simple pattern, and this works well: ...
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1answer
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How can I re-map the colon (“shift+period”)?

I am re-mapping the Qwerty layout (Danish) to Dvorak using AHK because I can't install custom keyboard layouts on this computer. So for instance these work fine: :*:n::b ; remap "n" to "b". This ...
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2answers
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How do I remap keys in caret mode and textarea mode in vimperator?

I use vimperator with my operating system set to an alternate keyboard layout. It's pretty easy to remap things in insert and normal mode with inoremap and nnoremap in my .vimperatorrc, but I can't ...
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1answer
2k views

How do I change a keyboard key function?

I do not use my right-alt, and I would like to have a underline key on that place. Is there a way to configure my right-alt to be an underline character key? update: using Windows 7
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Keymapping help needed with Apple keyboard on Windows 7 e.g. \ (backslash), at (@), pipe |

I would like some definitive advice with precise steps as to how to get the correct characters (i.e. those shown on the keys themselves) to show when I type with them. Specifically I need keys with ...
2
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1answer
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Remap CapsLock to $?

I have now been trying to remap CapsLock to $. But without luck. I have tried the following Binary code. 00000000 00000000 02000000 05003A00 00000000 When I now click the CapsLock it comes out ...
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2answers
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Remap any key to win

I've tried a lot of combinations to map my key AE12 to Super (win key) but all them failed... How can i map a key to act like win key in /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/us ? I am using linux mint. ...
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1answer
2k views

How to remap keys on a laptop keyboard? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I remap a keyboard key? I'm using an HP EliteBook 8440p laptop and two of the keys on my keyboard (V and B) aren't working. Replacing the keyboard will take 2-3 ...
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Home and end keys on USB keyboard recognized as left and right arrow in VirtualBox running Windows 7

I have got a Microsoft Comfort Curve 2000 USB keyboard connected to my MacBook Pro. The keyboard layout is standard 104 keys. When I run Windows 7 in VirtualBox the keyboard gets recognized as ...
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How can I remap the Caps Lock key in Mac OS X Lion?

I would like to remap the Caps Lock key to some other unused key (in a system-wide fashion). Being a MacVim.app user, I always liked to idea of remapping the Caps Lock key to some other key such as ...
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1answer
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Mac: How do I remap the context menu key on my keyboard to the command key?

I just got tho TRON gaming keyboard from razer. It's great: super sturdy and stuff.... But there is no command button on the right side... which is an issue for me, being a DVorak user, all of my ...
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2answers
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Possible to remap the Fn+C/V to Ctrl+C/V key combinations on a Thinkpad?

I know remapping the Fn key alone seems like its impossible, but what about the actual combination? FN + c, FN + V and FN + a to be remapped to the ctrl + C, V, A. Doable?
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Map Caps Lock to change keyboard layout in Mac OS X

I found System Preferences → Keyboard → Modifier Keys menu, but I can map other modifier key to it, not a keyboard shortcut.
3
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1answer
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Mac OS X Key Remapping

I'm trying to remap CapsLock to Control Programmatically. I figured out the edits that need to be done to a plist file (.GlobalPreferences.[MAC ADDRESS].plist) The point is that changes I make to ...