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You could use Org Beamer mode to create the presentation, and then show PDFs instead of Keynote, or run PDF2Keynote to generate a Keynote from the PDFs.
I found this post really useful (defining 2 functions and assigning shortcuts to them in your ~/.emacs file). After adding those lines to your .emacs file, you won't have access to those shortcuts until you open a new shell session (tab/window). Let the changes be applied.
I tried to use specifically Applescript/Automator to avoid 3rd party applications, but eventually I utilised capabilities of application called Alfred (I can not recall right now, but there is a chance you should buy Alfred Power Pack to use this feature) In addition with the help of Karabiner.app I forced CapsLock button to act as Shift+Cmd+Ctrl+Opt and ...
I think there are two issues here. One is how to copy from Mac to Ubuntu. That is the work of the VM. You have to set it up and oftentimes it depends on capturing the mouse/keyboard (you may want to look it up in your vmware config for the specific VM you are using, I mean, the one running Ubuntu). From what you said, it looks like this part is working ok. ...
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