I have HP Thin Clients Thin Pro based on Linux Debian Kernel.
I want to disable F4 key in my keyboard.
I know that I can find under that path:
Launch an Xterm, go to /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols
It’s more easy to use “mousepad”. “vi” is faster but more difficult to use.
I’m using the default keyboard “Generic104-Key PC” - Layout: US English (US) - Variant: Windows-Compatible - Model: evdev - Layout: US
I think that “PC” is for the standard keyboard function or "US"
Mousepad PC or US
What shall I do next to disable F4 function key from my keyboard ???
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