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Associate a combination of keys or mouse buttons with a shell command
xbindkeys is a program that allows you to launch shell commands with
your keyboard or your mouse under the X Window System.
It links commands to keys or mouse buttons, using a configuration file.
It's independent of the window manager and can capture all keyboard keys
(ex: Power, Wake...).
It optionally supports a guile-based configuration file layout, which enables
you to access all xbindkeys internals, so you can have key combinations,
double clicks or timed double clicks take actions. Also all functions that work
in guile will work for xbindkeys.

Application versions: 
File xbindkeys_1.8.5-1_armel.deb39 KB05/08/2013 - 11:01

xbindkeys (1.8.5-1) unstable; urgency=low

* New upstream version (Closes: #628165).
* Bug fix: "xbindkeys crashes upon second keypress due to memory
corruption", thanks to Josh D (Closes: #613429).
* Bug fix: "xbindkeys single-handedly wastes a watt of power polling for
a nonexistent file", thanks to Steve Langasek (Closes: #581509).
* Bug fix: "configure.ac has additional whitespaces which confuse
autoconf", thanks to booiiing (Closes: #537826).
* Bug fix: "Does not provide a method to run for all users", thanks to
Evan Giles (Closes: #332319).
* Bug fix: "Crashes upon Guile GC", thanks to J\.P\. Larocque (Closes:
* Bug fix: "only the first entry in xbindkeysrc works until the file is
edited", thanks to Celejar (Closes: #445718).