Currently, when you're inside a terminal,
CTRL+a move the cursor to the beginning, while
CTRL+e move it to the end. I use those key combinations a lot since I don't have the
end buttons on my keyboard.
I recently installed tmux, which is a terminal-multiplexer very similar to
Screen. It uses the key-combination
CTRL-a as the initiate command. Therefore, I want to remap the
"home" key to
CTRL+q. I read somewhere that with BASH, you need to create a file called
.inputrc under the
~/ directory. I did that, but I am not familiar with the mapping commands.