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Hey i know its prob not worth asking, its mainly just to add a nice thing to linux I have a keybored and above the standard keys are extra keys, ...
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    Hey i know its prob not worth asking, its mainly just to add a nice thing to linux

    I have a keybored and above the standard keys are extra keys, such as skip, home, my comp etc

    is tehre anything to maKE them work

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    Yes check out linEAK, I haven't had a chance to use it yet, but it looks good. There is also a program called Hotkeys.

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    I've just installed linEAK, and have used klineakconfig to configure it, and I now have many of the extra buttons working.

    I had to add my keyboard to the /etc/lineakkb.def since it wasn't already on the list, and use the xev in the terminal to find out what signal the butons were giving.

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