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I am using a Samsung Multimedia keyboard.. and the multimedia keys dont work,.. Has somebody developed drivers for these keyboards......
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    Multimedia keyboard support for Linuxmachine..


    I am using a Samsung Multimedia keyboard.. and the multimedia keys dont work,.. Has somebody developed drivers for these keyboards...

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    you dont need driver for these. most of multimedia keys work in Gnome. which Desktop Environment are you using?






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    GNome itself.. but they are not accessible.. thats the problem
    I have keys for player options
    and cd tray opening and closing..
    I want to config them for real player..
    pls tell me how to do them

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    common Multimedia keys like Volume up/down/mute, play/pause are configured in Gnome by default. you can assign new functions through KeyBoard Shorcuts in Prefrences Menu.
    for CD tray and RealPlayer, you have to install Function Keys package. KeyTouch is best option.






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