For past year I was working only with Macbook Pro and got used to OS X keyboard shortcuts (Super + C / Super + V). Now at work I still using OS X and at home I have Linux (Elementary OS) machine, and switching between OSX and Linux shortcuts is a lot of pain. But Linux has wonderful tool called xmodmap with it you can remap (switch) these two keys.
I found this partial solution on AskUbuntu.com. To remap my keys I executed following commands:
xmodmap -e "remove mod4 = Super_L" xmodmap -e "add control = Super_L" xmodmap -e "remove control = Control_L" xmodmap -e "add mod4 = Control_L"
To execute all these commands automatically on my login. I created
.xmodmap (with dot) file on my home directory and added these commands (Gist):
remove mod4 = Super_L add control = Super_L remove control = Control_L add mod4 = Control_L
EDIT: it looks like lightdm does not read
~/.xmodmap file on login. Quick workaround is to add code below to Startup applications in Ubuntu/Elementary OS: