On Linux, I am able to move the cursor to start of buffer/end of buffer using using C-Home/C-End respectively:
C-End Move cursor to the end of the buffer. Note the key is 'End' key on the keyboard. C-Home Move cursor to the beginning of the buffer.
However, on Mac OSX, I am unable to perform this simple operation. First, there is no HOME or END key. Second, supposedly, these keys are supposed to be the substitute:
begin M-< ⌘↑ end M-> ⌘↓
But M-< and M-> are reserved for something else. And ⌘↑ and ⌘↓ are undefined. Only experience this issue with OSX. How should I resolve it?