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Jan
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Jan
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awarded  Scholar
Jan
22
accepted Permanently remap a key to an other xubuntu
Jan
22
comment Permanently remap a key to an other xubuntu
Ok, it seems to work now, I had an error in my .xsession-errors that was probably causing .xsession not to execute. It works now. Thanks a lot
Jan
22
comment Permanently remap a key to an other xubuntu
Thanks for answering. Sadly this didn't work out: Here's my results: ➜ ~ ll .xsession -rwxr-xr-x 1 edgar edgar 53 Jan 22 08:03 .xsession ➜ ~ cat .xsession #!/bin/bash /usr/bin/setxkbmap -option "ctrl:nocaps" However, the keyboard Caps Lock was still doing the same thing
Jan
21
comment Permanently remap a key to an other xubuntu
Sorry, this doesn't work either.
Jan
20
comment Permanently remap a key to an other xubuntu
I don't think they is much in common with my question. The answer t your question iis whe you use the keyboard settings from xubuntu to change the keyboard layout (eg EN,US,FR,...). These options can't be set from the settings. So I don't see how this could help
Jan
20
comment Permanently remap a key to an other xubuntu
Putting the shell script in .profile doesn't change anything (still not working after a reboot). I'm already using xkb, so I don't understand why you say that
Jan
16
comment Permanently remap a key to an other xubuntu
@Foosh that's not the whole answer to my question, the script gets overwritten on startup too
Jan
16
revised Permanently remap a key to an other xubuntu
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Jan
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Jan
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asked Permanently remap a key to an other xubuntu
Jun
12
comment How do I modify a style so that it will appear as a section heading in a Table of Contents?
I don't think they is a way to do this. The right way to do that is to add 1 to all of your Headings
Jun
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Jun
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comment Is there a way to embed hidden information in a paragraph in Microsoft Word
Can't you use the commenting functionnality ?
Feb
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Feb
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answered Copying all files from one folder to an other with command line in windows
Feb
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comment Copying all files from one folder to an other with command line in windows
I needed it to be done in command line because it's a task I wanted to do often (it's part off the creation of an installer)
Feb
6
comment Copying all files from one folder to an other with command line in windows
Without the /s it works, except that the folders aren't copied