How do I deactivate F1 and F10 keybindings in gnome-terminal?


There are a few ways to get wireless working on your RPi, but as far as I can work out, this is the easiest. This tutorial is prepared for Raspbian distro, but will also work on most Linux distributions. The tool works in desktop environment as well as on a headless machine.

What I’m going to show is how to install wicd, a wireless daemon that runs on your system and provides easy wireless configuration.

Open a terminal window on your Raspbian, or access the machine with console cable (it is not recommended to install wicd using ssh, as you may loose connection at some point).

If you can get a temporary wired internet connection to the machine, you can grab the packages from the repositories. This is the easiest way to install wicd and the following line will install all the required packages in one go.

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Am Dienstag, den 18.08.2015, 20:25 +0200 schrieb Herr Oswald: I'd need to edit keyboard shortcuts - happily I found F6 to jump between the 3 sections of the main window, but F6 is not very handy for me, so I need to modify it. Thanks for that hints. I already found the accels file, but mine doesnot include a "F6" entry, so it seems I cannot change the "change the active section" key. Is it hardcoded? But there should be another way of changing keyboard shortcuts: Highlight the menu item, then press your desired key, described here: But it doesnt do a thing a my machine (ubuntu 15.04, evo 3.16.0). Am I too stupid (my guess)? - Or did ubuntu people break it? There is a very old bug report at ubuntu ( about a similar issue. Well, obviously I'm the only mouse hater around, not many people are seriously bothered... Cheers, Wolf ...
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Thank you ALIENDUDE5300 and VCoolio. I feel much more enlightened now. Indeed the relationship of virtual teminal 7 to X is something I needed to know.

A mystery: When I mentioned that I could get a plain terminal (e.g., to try startx), I recall that I used Super-F2 (or Meta-F2, as it was described somewhere where I read about it in regard to virtual terminals). But now Super- no longer works for me, and Ctrl-Alt- does. Which is strange because I had been into the global keybindings moving the 8 Ctrl-Alt-[arrow] global bindings over to Super-[arrow] because the default bindings for those important workspace operations conflict with some Emacs keybindings which I do not wish to unlearn. (I stayed away from Super- in Emacs, so I much prefer it to Ctrl-Alt- for any global...

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Gnome Terminal indeed has predefined actions bound to Shift + Home and Shift + End. However, it is not GT that defines this behaviour, but rather it's because of VTE which GT is based on. As far as I can tell this aspect is not configurable and the only way to fix it is to patch VTE. I described how to do this in my blog post Fixing Ctrl-Home, Ctrl-End, Shift-Home, and Shift-End shortcuts in Gnome Terminal in Ubuntu 13.04. Below is mostly a copy-paste of that post.

What I basically had to do was to follow the Classic instructions from this answer. I changed them for my particular case.

Note: The instructions below are based on Ubuntu 13.04, which I have at hand, but I suppose they can be applied, probably with some minor alterations, to other versions of the distro.

There are two libvte* packages in Ubuntu 13.04. So first of all, I had to find out which one Gnome Terminal depends on:

$ apt-cache depends gnome-terminal | grep libvte

The required version...

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Key Bindings

Key bindings are actions assigned to keyboard keys or key combinations. Ubuntu comes with a default set of key bindings including '-Tab' to switch between windows and 'Print Scrn' to take a screenshot.

Gnome Control Center

Key bindings can be customized using the Gnome Control Center. It can be found as "System Settings" in the menu or accessed on the command line using "gnome-control-center". The key bindings are in the "Keyboard" section under a "Shortcuts" tab.

To assign a key to an action, click on the right hand side of the window on the currently assigned button or "disabled". The text will change to "New accelerator". At this point you can press the keyboard button (or key combo) you wish to use to access this feature or you can press the backspace key to disable the keyboard shortcut. If the key you wish to use is currently assigned to some other action, a dialog will appear asking if you want to "Cancel", or "Reassign"....

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Shortcut keys how do i deactivate f1 and f10 keybindings

How do i deactivate f1 and f10 keybindings in gnome terminal with dconf editor it can be found that the f10 is really with f10 key disable key to open

Design os keyboardshortcuts gnome wiki

Standard keyboard shortcuts for the gnome 3 os and applications right now we 'steal' some key modifier keys from applications super f10 done in 3 4 1

gnome terminal emulator overview disable user input do not send user input to the application running in the terminal keyboard accessibility.Apps terminal faq home recentchanges org gnome terminal legacy profiles uuid key value you can disable the cursor blinking for all programmes...

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This is where keyboard shortcuts for Multi Gnome Terminal functions and key definitions for various other purposes may be customized. It is accessed from the menu. This selection will open a Window that displays the current settings. These may be customized to suit individual preferences by using the input fields at the top of the Window.

At the top of the Window, there is a list of Multi Gnome Terminal Actions, with an initial entry of . Click here to see all available built-in "Actions" that can be customized. The input field to the right is labeled "String" and the last input field is labeled "Keybinding". The Keybinding field is where you enter your keyboard combination for a particular "Action" or usage.

To define a new shortcut, first select an item from the Action drop-down list with the mouse, then click on the Keybinding field, and then press the keyboard combination you want to use. Do NOT type the keystroke representations. Example: if you want SHIFT-F1,...

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