>I use Emacs under Linux quite often and I need a keyboard where the <CTRL>
>key is next to the A key and not at the bottom of the keyboard.
Another answer which works: Gateway 2000 keyboards are completely
remappable, so you can program the keyboard to have the keys where
_you_ want them.
For example, I programmed the keyboard so that the key next to the
a is a control key. Bingo! I now have three Ctrl keys. (I could, now,
if I wanted to, move the shift lock key elsewhere, but I don't want
to: that key is a big pain....)
Incidentally, the movements survive cold and hot boots; the keyboard
is also programmable, but I don't use that....
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