[Chugalug] Mac Pro Running Linux - Lacking some keys..
willm.wade at gmail.com
Fri Apr 5 00:12:28 UTC 2013
explains how to use .Xmodmap to do this sort of thing. I also dual boot,
but the battery life (even after fixing some of the issues with it like
turning off the hdmi) was still below what I needed. I thought there was an
easy way in Gnome to setup this stuff up, but I cannot recall what it is.
Xmodmap is the way to get stuff mapped out how you want it.
I think I also recall that fn + up or Ctrl + fn + up or something close to
that works for page up and down, but Xmodmap is the way to go for print
I am sure you have also found
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookProwhich is a nice resource,
but just in case you did not, here it is.
On Thu, Apr 4, 2013 at 7:45 PM, Mike Harrison <cluon at geeklabs.com> wrote:
> Been on a road trip for two days. Light computer usage so I tried to take
> a Mac Pro that can dual-boot into Linux (Bodhi/Ubuntu) and use it.
> I found myself really missing: Page Up / Page Down and Print Screen.
> Print Screen especially as I needed some screen captures.
> Are there sane work arounds? Magic key cominations?
> Or has Apple just decided we don't need those keys any more?
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