Re: [dev] [st] Shift+F1 should by F11?

From: Mihail Zenkov <>
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2013 16:05:45 +0000


> 2.3 How do I use function keys F11 to F20?

> These are normally mapped to function keys F1 to F10 with Shift held, e.g. function key F13 > can be activated by pressing Shift-F3. You can define the keys this way in the Options-
> Learn Keys dialog. The convention for PC keyboards is that F11-20 always means Shift with > F1-10.

> You may find that on the Linux console with some keyboard layouts Shift-Fn is interpreted
> as F(n+12), not as F(n+10). This is a result of non-uniformity of keyboard layouts. This is > not an intended behavior and it may be fixed some day. In the meantime, use "Learn Keys" > to remedy this inconvenience.

I try load pure kernel + bash without any kbd tools command, just
init=/bin/bash and still have ^[[23~ for Shift+F1 and F11.
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