Hello everybody. Sorry for asking a question which has surely been already discussed, but I couldn't find it (I can't think out good search terms for it).
What I need to do is: make Shift+keypad keys (eg. keypad7=Home key) work like they do under Windows. That is Shift+numpad7 should act like Shift+Home, and not just like numpad7 with NumLock on (ie. typing '7'). This would improve my effeciency greatly.
IIRC, when I was completely new to Linux (several month ago), I found with google some mailing list message discussing this issue. They said it would involve recompiling XFree86 (again, if I recall it correctly), but I couldn't find any specific instructions, or anything on what exactly I should do.
So any links or instructions are welcome. Thank you in advance.
(sorry for my English, hope you'll understand what I mean :) )
This is what your looking for:
You don't need to recompile, you can edit.
Thank you very much CloudBuilder for the solution, and for pointing out to that book. The link you posted didn't work for me though, but I guess it's the same as http://docs.rinet.ru/RedHatu/rhl22.htm#E66E22?
Thanks again :)
However there's no explicit instructions on that page how to do this, so I searched more and found this:
where they say to apply this patch:
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