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Thread: How do I access the "eject" keybinding for the apple keyboard?

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    How do I access the "eject" keybinding for the apple keyboard?

    There is a bug in udisks that prevents media from being detected when loaded into internal CD/DVD drives on Mac PowerPC machines in Ubuntu 10.04. Now that the eject key is properly opening and closing the drive, I would like to find the keybinding for the "eject" key on the upper right corner of the Apple keyboard to see if I can add a command to force udisk to poll for media each time the drive is commanded to open or close. I am very new to this sort of thing, but I think I can figure it out if I can find more info on how this keybinding works. I couldn't find it looking through "configuration editor".
    Last edited by JoeMac42; June 20th, 2010 at 06:44 PM.

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    Re: How do I access the "eject" keybinding for the apple keyboard?

    Does anyone know if this is mapped somewhere in the keyboard shortcuts preferences? I seem to remember it being mapped in there in Ubuntu 9.04. Or maybe this is in .xmodmap somewhere?
    Last edited by JoeMac42; June 20th, 2010 at 09:21 PM.

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    Re: How do I access the "eject" keybinding for the apple keyboard?

    I would like to know as well, if someone has found out..

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