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    How to enable "Standby" key in Mandrake 9.2


    Hi
    I have a dual boot WinXP/Mandrake 9.2
    On my PS/2 keyboard, there's a key with a picture of a crescent moon on it. When I press it in Windows, the computer goes to standby. It doesn't do anything in Linux.
    How do I activate it in Linux?

    Thank you very much.

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    run xev, under x, put your cursor in the test window. then press that key.

    Once you have what that key is called, i belive there is a way to run scripts from a key press. Figure that out, and your fixed. I need some help from everyone else here.

    Do you use gnome, kde, xfce or simmilar? I think they all have keyboard shorcut things.... try looking up the settings for those.

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