bruce.alcock at gmail.com
Sun Oct 14 12:49:40 PDT 2007
On 10/14/07, Roland Smith <rsmith at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 14, 2007 at 08:11:30PM +0200, Bruce Alcock wrote:
> > >
> > It doesn't generate keysyms...hence the problem. Thanks, should've
> > that. Anyone got any ideas how to map keys that don't generate keysyms?
> > how to make them make keysyms rather?
> Does they generate KeyPress and KeyRelease events, with a keycode? If
> the buttons don't generate events, I think there isn't anything you can
> do with those keys. :-) But if they do, you can assign them a keysym in
> ~/.Xmodmap. See xmodmap(1).
> A list of keysyms is available in /usr/local/include/X11/keysymdef.h.
> You should remove the 'XK_' prefix from each keysym, though. I suggest
> you pick a couple of unused ones instead of defining your own.
> R.F.Smith http://www.xs4all.nl/~rsmith/
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No, it does absolutely nothing. I've mapped keysyms for a multimedia
keyboard with xmodmap before, so I know what I'm doing there. There's a
linux driver program (http://g15tools.sourceforge.net/) which allows you to
use everything, including the LCD screen on the keyboard. Unfortunately it
requires linux kernel support to work, which obviously I can't give it in
FreeBSD...any ideas? Really keen to just be able to use the extra keys, dont
care about the LCD :-P
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