Re: What is pbuttonsd ?
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Am Tuesday 11 February 2003 23:03 schrieb Michael Lake:
> Jens Eickmeyer wrote:
> > 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.
> This may be a simple question but what is pbuttonsd? Sounds like it
> might be useful to me.
> A search on www.debian.org shows absolutely nothing, google shows
> mentions of it 4 times but no link to what it is and an apt-cache search
> shows nothing.
> I am using TiBook with Debian stable.
pbbuttonsd is a small daemon which controls what happens when you press the
special function keys, i.e. the brightness keys. In the newest version, which
is not part of debian but will be soon, it can also control the time when the
harddisc spins down and many things more. Additional information can be found
at the homepage:
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