|Dec 26, 2007, 01:17 PM||#1|
Apple-key / Command-key on linux (or even just "Command-key in emacs on linux")
I own and use a PowerBook G4.
Also, I'm an emacs user, and to save my pinky a lot of grief I use the Command key () as the Ctrl key within emacs. This works fine when using my local (powerbook) installation.
However, for work, I need to connect to linux servers using VNC. The emacs installation I have running at work (being on linux) doesn't see/recognise the command-key.
I'd like to know how the keyboard's Command Key can be mapped to Ctrl on linux. Either using the linux OS or even just within emacs-on-linux.
Last edited by livin.stephen; Dec 26, 2007 at 01:55 PM. Reason: shortening the "subject"
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