Re: Linux Keyboard Shortcuts
I'm going to use Microsoft Windows for comparison. In the world of Windows, you have Windows as your OS. There are no different "distributions" in the sense of Linux distributions. And Windows happens to be the windows manager as well, unless you layer upon it another windows manager (but the underlying windows manager would always be Windows).
In other words, you have: Windows (OS) > Windows (windows manager)
In the world of Linux, however, you would have Linux the kernel. Different distributions are built upon this Linux kernel. You see the OS as Linux distribution. On top of it, you get to choose which windows manager you want to work with, and things like short cuts are usually defined by windows managers.
So, you have: Linux (kernel) > Linux distribution (OS) > some windows manager
This explains why you won't find much searching for short cuts for Linux (be it the kernel or the distribution).