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Thu Dec 27 11:50:29 PST 2007
On Thu, Dec 27, 2007 at 02:30:32PM -0500, Robert Huff wrote:
> Daniel Bye writes:
> > > I have a Logitech i-Touch keyboard; standard 104 (or whatever
> > > it is these days) setup plus a dozen extra buttons and two dials.
> > > Great product.
> > > It would be even greater if
> > > a) I could get X to register/comunicate all the extra stuff
> > > Has anyone seen this done? I'd dearly loce to be able to use
> > > the little dial by the TAB key for volume control in xmms.
> > To find out what keycodes your extra keys are bound to, run
> > xev(1) from an Xterm or similar. With your mouse pointer over the
> > little window that pops up, hit each extra key you are interested
> > in and make a note of its keycode value.
> We can stop right here: nothing gets reported.
Absolutely nothing? Hmm. Never seen that before...
A few minutes' googling suggests that you might get on better with
a different keyboard model in your xorg.conf. What's it currently
set to? Mine is
Option "XkbModel" "pc101"
Try looking for your keyboard in /usr/local/share/X11/xkb/rules/base.lst
and try the model name in the first column.
Apart from that, I have no idea, sorry.
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