Volume controls on Dell Lattitude D810

Didier Raboud didier at raboud.com
Wed May 3 10:33:05 BST 2006

Le Wednesday 3 Mai 2006 10:14, Frank Siegert a écrit :
> Otherwise... have you tried, if your hotkeys are already recognized by the
> X-server ("xev"), and if not make them known to the X-server by e. g.
>   xmodmap -e "keycode 160 = XF86AudioMute"
>   xmodmap -e "keycode 176 = XF86AudioLowerVolume"
>   xmodmap -e "keycode 174 = XF86AudioRaiseVolume"
>   xmodmap -e "keycode 178 = XF86HomePage"
>   xmodmap -e "keycode 236 = XF86Mail"
> (your keycodes may differ, you should probably be able to find out in
> dmesg). This works nicely for me and also has a nice OSD reminder.

This works... But why isn't it "default" ?

Hum. I wouldn't name the OSD reminder "nice", but at least we have one. This 
should be configurable somewhere, no (I mean : grafically) ?
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