[PC-BSD Testing] Keys Keys Keys
dracheflieger at gmail.com
Thu Sep 18 19:35:14 PDT 2008
The following are found in the ports tree:
LinEAK is a utility designed to enable the use and configuration
of those special keys on Internet, Easy Access and Multimedia
keyboards in Linux (and other unices, like now FreeBSD).
Kmilo is a utiltiy that enables special keys on a number of custom keyboards
devices such as IBM ThinkPad notebooks.
This program sits at the back and listens for the "special" hotkeys that
you won't normally use on your internet/Multimedia keyboards.
The buttons perform their intended behaviors, such as volume up and down,
mute the speaker, launch applications, etc.
NOTE: CDROM & APM features have been disabled
amp0928 at rit.edu
On Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 4:01 PM, flat. rose <flat.rose at gmail.com> wrote:
> Here I go:
> 1. I'm enjoying acer laptop which needs additional drivers to recognize
> keys such as: mute, sound-up/down and other special keys. On linux I had a
> big pack of drivers for my precious but in PC-BSD I'm in need to get the
> specialkeys working for me. Is there any way to let me adjust volume with my
> keyboard on this system?
> 2. System Settings -> Advanced -> Input Actions doesn't work for me at all.
> Nor PrintScreen macro, no-thing. I've tried to create own and trink up
> what's wrong by myself, but I couldn't. Is it only me without input actions
> working, or there's some system problem?
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