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Currently going through one of these right now. Bought a WiFi adapter that had great claims of Linux support on the description and box, saw lots of (old) forums claiming success, then find out even the most stable distros can't use it because it stopped working and even crashes kernels beyond 2.6
Obviously I could've done more investigation before buying, but why can they claim Linux support when no Linux desktop distros will work with their products anymore? Anyone else have similar experiences?submitted by /u/centipillar
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Hi, I want to make CTRL + ALT to act like AltGr. From what I have understood it is possible to do this by modifying the level 3 file.
I have followed the second answer in this thread : https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/84707/how-can-i-make-ctrl-alt-act-like-alt-gr-in-ubuntu
I have opened the level 3 file in gedit. So I have to change key <RALT> to CTRL + ALT. What do I write inside the <>? <LCTL + LALT>, <LCTL> + <LALT> or what?
If anyone could help me with this I would greatly appreciate it :)submitted by /u/elektroluse