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Running a bash command with a Key Combination in Gnome [closed]
Closed as off topic by Alexei on Oct 19, 2023 at 11:13
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Is there a way in Ubuntu to run a given bash command for a given Key combination in Gnome (42.9)?
I run an Ubuntu in Hyper-V and after a while the normal Keyboard layout change doesn't work (maybe after the host system was sent to sleep mode). Even if it shows hu (Hungarian) on the pane, the Keyboard works as US. But
setxkbmap hu works properly. But it take a lot of time to go to the terminal and run the command. That's why I would like to run it for a given key combination, lets say