Is anyone interested in looking into the bezel buttons further? Cobuntu started to on page 1 of this thread. He didn't get a X key code for any of them in xev
as I understand him. And no reaction at all from the first 3.
If interested list your model and how many bezel buttons and what each one is suppose to do.
Then enter in a terminal /lib/udev/findkeyboards
. The output will show what event# the keyboard is on. Then using that event# enter in a terminal:
sudo /lib/udev/keymap -i input/event# | less
Then press the bezel button(s) of interest. After pressing the bezel buttons enter esc
to exit, and you will see the scan codes and the associated udev key codes. Enter ctrl-z
to exit less
. Post that output matching each scan code/key code to your bezel button and intended function list.
We then should be able to figure out how to get them to work. We can use rc.local but as I mentioned to Cobuntu we would ultimately like a fujitsu-tablet
udev keymap to place in /lib/udev/keymaps.
Again I'm using appendix 2 from the Rotation HOW TO
and the README.keymap.txt
at /usr/share/doc/udev/README.keymap.txt.bz. The README.keymap.txt is basically the instructions to assemble a udev keymap.