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    Re: Toshiba multimedia keys

    All of my multimedia keys are all one input by default.

    Need a different keyboard layout?

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    Re: Toshiba multimedia keys

    Quote Originally Posted by ChemShock View Post
    All of my multimedia keys are all one input by default.

    Need a different keyboard layout?

    Toshiba Satellite A105-S4074
    On my M200 they're between my keyboard and screen together with the power button, i haven't used them recently other than turning the machine on. The A100 I recently gave to a nephew didn't have any at all.
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    Re: Toshiba multimedia keys

    My multimedia keys are left most to the keyboard and under the power button. Did you get the Fn key to work separately?

    I know the Fn key is suppose to initiate special commands but i don't want it that way. I want to use it like the super, ctrl, alt, and shift like keyes as part of a command
    Last edited by ChemShock; June 4th, 2009 at 01:51 AM. Reason: Make more clear
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    Re: Toshiba multimedia keys

    I just installed Linux Mint 7 (which is heavily based on Ubuntu 9.04) on my Toshiba Satellite a205 last week. I have been also have problems with my multimedia keys - they were detected correctly and work great in Rhythmbox but it seems that after I put the computer into hibernate and bring it out again, it cannot see the multimedia keys at all. If I do
    Code:
    xev | sed -n 's/^.*keycode *\([0-9]\+\).*$/keycode \1 = /p' | uniq
    and hit any of the keys, nothing is printed to the console or window. If I restart they work again. Any ideas on why this is happening or how to fix it?

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