Mapping keyboard 'special' keys in Linux
- From: "Dick Sutton" <rsutton43@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2007 09:11:15 -0500
I originally posted this in alt.os.linux.ubuntu but received no useful
replys. Therefore I decided to ask the linux community more generally.
I have an eMachines keyboard that has a number of additional convenience
keys (internet, email, etc). I have looked in the Preferences |
Keyboard shortcuts menu and I can't find a way to map 3 of the keys on the
of my keyboard that are very convenient. The keys are:
The label on my keyboard says it is a Model KB-0108. Of course, I'm
sure the keyboard is re-badged from another company. It would be easy
to figure out what the hex keycodes for these 3 keys are. I just
haven't a clue how to add them to the computers keymap.
These keys would be very handy to have available. Anybody have any
ideas on how to proceed?
Thanks in advance...
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