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Re: keys without a keycode and a modem on a proliant adaptor

Am 2003.11.09 07:30 schrieb(en) r6_g:
> I have not used kernel 2.6 yet, bu about the buttons in your computer
> that you want to activate (i.e.mail) in the gnome desktop there is
> program acme that will help you to do just that. Maybe kde has a
> similar program, take a look

Thanks for your help,

but: no, acme is indeed cool, but it doesn't work if a key don't produce a scancode... :( I tried to read /dev/input/event1 (it's the keyboard) with cat (after loading evdev!) and yes, there is no reaction when pressing those keys :/

Has anybody another idea?


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