Master Your Linux Keyboard (And Fix Caps Lock Forever) - page 5
Exorcising Caps Lock
kdesu is a front-end to
su, and by default switches to the "real" root user. So you need a root login on your system to use
kdesu, like this:
$ kdesu kate
You may also switch to any user that you know the password for:
$ kdesu -u pinball kate
Come back next week to learn more about using
xbindkeys with lots of nice examples, and a quick tour of KeyTouch for additional useful customizations to your multimedia keyboard.
- man 1 xmodmap
- man 5 sudoers
- man 1 gksu
- man 1 kdesu
- man 1 xbindkeys
This article originally appeared on Enterprise Networking Planet, a JupiterWeb site.
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