On 10/14/07, Roland Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> On Sun, Oct 14, 2007 at 11:16:31AM +0200, Bruce Alcock wrote:
> > Hi
> >
> > I own a Logitech G15 keyboard and although the standard keys work, none
> of
> > the multimedia or 'G' keys do. I've googled a lot on the matter and
> although
> > there is a linux kernel driver, nothing exists for FreeBSD. I'm using
> > 6.2STABLE RC2 and Xorg
> > 7.3. Has anyone got any ideas? Even ways to go about writing a driver
> myself
> > would be helpful.
>
> When in X, launch xev(1) and give it the input focus. Now press the
> special keys and see which keysyms they generate.
>
> Once you know what the keysyms are, you could use them to tell the
> window manager to e.g. launch a program when they are pressed. How that
> is done depends on the window manager, of course.
>
> Roland
> --
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It doesn't generate keysyms...hence the problem. Thanks, should've mentioned
that. Anyone got any ideas how to map keys that don't generate keysyms? Or
how to make them make keysyms rather?

Thanks
Bruce
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