I am using Kubuntu 10.04. I would like to change some of the standard shortcut keys for bash (terminal).
Here are the shortcuts I would like to set up:
Ctrl–C to copy the selected text in
the terminal to the clipboard.
Ctrl–V to paste from the clipboard
into the terminal.
Ctrl–Z to undo the editing on the current line in the terminal.
Ctrl–Shift–C (or even better, Super–C) to terminate the command.
Ctrl–Shift–Z (or Super–Z) to be the background command.
Ctrl–Shift–V (or Super–V) to be the literal insert command (or whatever Ctrl–z did before).
How do I make these changes?
BTW, I like the way the terminal works on OS X. The use of the command key makes all the copy/paste commands very consistent (unlike many other things in OS X).
P.S. I read the bash man page and it didn't help. It gave me ideas, but I need specific examples for the above combinations. Thanks.