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please fix remote keys in linux in 14

the ability to send remote keys is very important. it would be nice if we could type the key combination we wanted to sendunder the action menu . for example typing ctrl+alt+F2 could send that key combination to the remote computer



  • galvrz
    galvrz Posts: 15

    found a work around, at least for xorg, not sure of a comparable solutin for waland. from a terminal issue the command

    setxkbmap -option srvrkeys:none

    this will disable your current session from captureing ctrl-alt-Fn and will allow teamviewer to capture the keys and send them to the remote computer. when you are done, if you have not set any special options issues the command

    setxkbmap -option ''

    to restore the default behavior. If you have used setxkbmap to set things up special you can rerun the appropriate commands after clearing out the sesstings

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