I work on Emacs installed on Ubuntu via PuTTY in Windows.

The problem is PuTTY doesn't recognize some Emacs key bindings like "Ctrl+;" or "Ctrl+(". (These key bindings are recognized in Emacs installed on Windows.)

I changed the keyboard setting of PuTTY with SCO, but it doesn't work.

How can I configure PuTTY to recognize these key bindings?

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