I'm rather accustomed to having partial Emacs key bindings wherever I type text on my Mac. Strange that Ubuntu does that only in bash, by default (and, of course, Emacs itself). So I went googling for how to make it so, and found this at stackoverflow:
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface gtk-key-theme "Emacs"
Worked like a charm. The per-user settings appear to be stored in
~/.config/dconf/user, which is some sort of binary database. Sigh. Unix used to be almost all text files. So much easier for us poor humans to grok that way.
Ubuntu 14.04 (Tasty Tahr)
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