Hey guys!Just a quick question: how do I switch ctrl and caps lock in a virtual terminal (not xterm/urxvt/etc. - I'm talking about tty1-6).Thanks in advance!- Chaanakya
When I switch to a TTY and turn on caps lock the caps lock LED on my keyboard isn't turning on. On X it works fine. When I activate caps lock and then switch to a TTY and then press caps lock (on the TTY) the LED stays on. (even though the TTY keeps it's own track of the caps lock). So it seems the TTYs don't care about the LED at all.
Dear #! users,I have configured Openbox to map the Caps Lock key to Ctrl by adding the following line to autostart.setxkbmap -option ctrl:nocaps &Everything works great when I first log in. However, when I return from a locked screen, the Caps Lock key reverts to acting like a Caps Lock key. Is there any way to keep this from happening?
I'm still stuck here......When I initially load gdm, and if I go to xterm, I get following:#kbd_mode
The keyboard is in some unknown modeCaps lock LED doesn't work. Alt+Fn doesn't switch consoles, but neither does Ctrl+Alt+Fnwhen I run:kbd_mode -uI get BOTH Alt+Fn and Ctrl+Alt+Fn to switch sessions. All other switches with kbd_mode produce either one or another...
I have a problem with Ctrl-key combinations in emacs with the Apple USB keyboard. I have set Caps-Lock as an additional Ctrl key.
When using the Caps-Lock as Ctrl, 'Ctrl-x Ctrl-f' sometimes registers properly but sometimes registers as 'x Ctrl-f'. This happens both when I release and depress the Ctrl key or hold the Ctrl key and do 'Ctrl-x-f'.
Playing around with the non-modal text editor ne, I found myself wondering if one could simulate a modal interface (like vim has) by having something like "Ctrl Lock" or "Alt Lock" (analogous to Caps Lock) and thus a "ctrl mode"/"alt mode".