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How about remapping the keys? xmodmapxmodmap should do the trick there.

Assuming that your command button is replaced with meta (I can't help you there, I don't own a Mac) this should work for you:

xmodmap -e "remove control = Control_L" xmodmap -e "remove mod4 = Super_L" xmodmap -e "add control = Super_L" xmodmap -e "add mod4 = Control_L"

This will work until you end your session.

Permanent solution

1) Make ~/.Xmodmap file.

2) Write this into it:

remove control = Control_L remove mod4 = Super_L add control = Super_L add mod4 = Control_L

3) You should now somehow put xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap to run at startup (I'm having trouble to find out how right now, will fix later).

You can learn more abour xmodmap xmodmap ArchWiki.

How about remapping the keys? xmodmap should do the trick there.

Assuming that your command button is replaced with meta (I can't help you there, I don't own a Mac) this should work for you:

xmodmap -e "remove control = Control_L" xmodmap -e "remove mod4 = Super_L" xmodmap -e "add control = Super_L" xmodmap -e "add mod4 = Control_L"

This will work until you end your session.

Permanent solution

1) Make ~/.Xmodmap file.

2) Write this into it:

remove control = Control_L remove mod4 = Super_L add control = Super_L add mod4 = Control_L

3) You should now somehow put xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap to run at startup (I'm having trouble to find out how right now, will fix later).

You can learn more abour xmodmap xmodmap ArchWiki.

How about remapping the keys? xmodmap should do the trick there.

Assuming that your command button is replaced with meta (I can't help you there, I don't own a Mac) this should work for you:

xmodmap -e "remove control = Control_L" xmodmap -e "remove mod4 = Super_L" xmodmap -e "add control = Super_L" xmodmap -e "add mod4 = Control_L"

This will work until you end your session.

Permanent solution

1) Make ~/.Xmodmap file.

2) Write this into it:

remove control = Control_L remove mod4 = Super_L add control = Super_L add mod4 = Control_L

3) You should now somehow put xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap to run at startup (I'm having trouble to find out how right now, will fix later).

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How about remapping the keys? xmodmap should do the trick there.

Assuming that your command button is replaced with meta (I can't help you there, I don't own a Mac) this should work for you:

xmodmap -e "remove control = Control_L" xmodmap -e "remove mod4 = Super_L" xmodmap -e "add control = Super_L" xmodmap -e "add mod4 = Control_L"

This will work until you end your session.

Permanent solution

1) Make ~/.Xmodmap file.

2) Write this into it:

remove control = Control_L remove mod4 = Super_L add control = Super_L add mod4 = Control_L

3) You should now somehow put xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap to run at startup (I'm having trouble to find out how right now, will fix later).

You can learn more abour xmodmap xmodmap ArchWiki.

How about remapping the keys? xmodmap should do the trick there.

Assuming that your command button is replaced with meta (I can't help you there, I don't own a Mac) this should work for you:

1) Make ~/.Xmodmap file.

2) Write this into it:

remove control = Control_L remove mod4 = Super_L add control = Super_L add mod4 = Control_L

3) You should now somehow put xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap to run at startup (I'm having trouble to find out how right now, will fix later).

You can learn more abour xmodmap xmodmap ArchWiki.

How about remapping the keys? xmodmap should do the trick there.

Assuming that your command button is replaced with meta (I can't help you there, I don't own a Mac) this should work for you:

xmodmap -e "remove control = Control_L" xmodmap -e "remove mod4 = Super_L" xmodmap -e "add control = Super_L" xmodmap -e "add mod4 = Control_L"

This will work until you end your session.

Permanent solution

1) Make ~/.Xmodmap file.

2) Write this into it:

remove control = Control_L remove mod4 = Super_L add control = Super_L add mod4 = Control_L

3) You should now somehow put xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap to run at startup (I'm having trouble to find out how right now, will fix later).

You can learn more abour xmodmap xmodmap ArchWiki.

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How about remapping the keys? xmodmap should do the trick there.

Assuming that your command button is replaced with meta (I can't help you there, I don't own a Mac) this should work for you:

1) Make ~/.Xmodmap file.

2) Write this into it:

remove control = Control_L remove mod4 = Super_L add control = Super_L add mod4 = Control_L

3) Go to Switchboard > Programs > Startup > Add and typeYou should now somehow put xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap into custom command box.

This should now execute xmodmapto run at startup (I'm having trouble to find out how right now, will fix later).

You can learn more abour xmodmap xmodmap ArchWiki.

How about remapping the keys? xmodmap should do the trick there.

Assuming that your command button is replaced with meta (I can't help you there, I don't own a Mac) this should work for you:

1) Make ~/.Xmodmap file.

2) Write this into it:

remove control = Control_L remove mod4 = Super_L add control = Super_L add mod4 = Control_L

3) Go to Switchboard > Programs > Startup > Add and type xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap into custom command box.

This should now execute xmodmap at startup.

You can learn more abour xmodmap xmodmap ArchWiki.

How about remapping the keys? xmodmap should do the trick there.

Assuming that your command button is replaced with meta (I can't help you there, I don't own a Mac) this should work for you:

1) Make ~/.Xmodmap file.

2) Write this into it:

remove control = Control_L remove mod4 = Super_L add control = Super_L add mod4 = Control_L

3) You should now somehow put xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap to run at startup (I'm having trouble to find out how right now, will fix later).

You can learn more abour xmodmap xmodmap ArchWiki.

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