Re: pbbuttonsd on TiBook
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hmm, that's interesting. I had Gentoo installed for some time before I decided
to switch to debian. There I used the same kernel an the newest version of
pbbuttonsd and I didn't get these messages.
I also get messages on the screen when entering sleep mode or returning from
it. Is there a way to supress these?
Am Monday 10 February 2003 10:34 schrieb Gabriel Paubert:
> On Sun, Feb 09, 2003 at 02:30:05PM +0100, Jens Eickmeyer wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I have a small problem with pbbuttonsd on my TiBook 867MHz: When
> > pbbuttonsd is started and I press the brightness-control-keys it prints
> > the message "keyboard: unknown scancode e0 4c" right to the console. If
> > pbbuttonsd is not started and I press the key it dims the display and
> > doesn't print a message. Does anyone else has a solution for this
> > problem? I also noticed that the latest version of pbbuttonsd for debian
> > is 0.4.10a although there is a much newer version (0.5.2) out there.
> That's a bug in the 2.4 kernel keyboard driver, it works under 2.5 but
> the modifications are too heavy to be backported it seems.
> They may be a quick and dirty hack (untested) if it bothers you and you
> compile your kernel: edit the table e0_keys in drivers/macintosh/mac_hid.c
> to put KEY_BRIGHTNESSUP and KEY_BRIGHTNESS_DOWN in the right place.
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