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Hi. I have MDK 10.1 and I'd like to add a function to my win keys on my keyboard(e.g. when i press left win key, it will launch the command). ...
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    to add a function to the win key on my keyboard


    Hi.
    I have MDK 10.1 and I'd like to add a function to my win keys on my keyboard(e.g. when i press left win key, it will launch the command). I don't want to use an additional software(e.g. xbindkeys), but I want to configure it in the linux's confs.

    Could you help me?

    Thnx for anything

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    If you're using KDE go to KDE Control Centre (kcontrol) and there is a section for using other functions for your keys. I think it is configuring X directly, and I don't use it much. It's under keyboard layout under accessibilty, but I'm on an XP box so I can't check it for you. (Um, no....I'm not skiving off work....)

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    but i'd like to do in the kernel layer.

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