The following global key bindings are defined in /etc/emacs/site-start.d/80keybindings.el:
HOME— go to the beginning of line;
END— go to the end of line;
ESC HOME— go to the beginning of buffer;
ESC END— go to the end of buffer;
C-x g— go to a line by number;
F1— help 1;
F2— save current buffer into a file;
F3— open a file (for editing) or directory (enter file manager);
F4— switch buffer;
F5— maximize current window (delete all other windows) 2;
F6— delete current window 2;
F7— search by grep;
F8— kill buffer;
F9— compile 3;
F11— BBDB address book 4;
F12— switch to another window 2;
SHIFT-F3— embedded mail and news client Gnus;
SHIFT-F4— inferior shell;
SHIFT-F5— search a word in dictionaries 5;
SHIFT-F6— web browser W3m 6;
SHIFT-F7— search files containing specified regular expression in a directory tree;
SHIFT-F8— start Emacs server;
ESC F3— submit a Debian bug report 7;
ESC F4— information about specified Debian package 7;
ESC F5— search Debian packages by regular expression 7;
ESC F7— search files by name pattern in a directory tree.
1. Usually can be used instead of
C-h prefix in the native keyboard
2. Of course, here we are talking about Emacs windows inside current frame.
3. Usually by running
make, but any other command may be specified
bbdb package to make use of it.
dictionary-el package to make use of it.
w3m-el-snapshot package to make use of it.
debian-el package to make use of it.