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Old 05-07-2010, 12:51 PM
Filipus Klutiero
Default Bug#580643: Chicony KU-0420 (Targus Slim Internet Media USB Keyboard) generates two incorrect symbols

Package: general
Severity: minor

The media player and my computer keys on the Chicony KU-0420 (aka Targus Slim Internet Media USB Keyboard) are
generating wrong symbols (with XKeyboardConfig 1.8). The first generates
XF86Tools instead of XF86AudioMedia and the second generates XF86Explorer
instead of XF86MyComputer.

The keys generate keycodes 179 and 152. This once worked with
XKeyboardConfig 1.5. I reported the bug as a regression in 1.8, but here
is the answer from XKeyboardConfig's maintainer:

This system is different from the one on which I verified things were
working. The "regression" (on my system's side) may be due to switching
from kbd to evdev, if I understand Sergey correctly. But I don't
remember which keyboard driver I was using, and trying to use the kbd
driver doesn't help (all special keys don't work). If I understand
Sergey correctly, this should be assigned to Linux.

--- System information. ---
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux 2.6.32-4-686

Debian Release: squeeze/sid
990 testing security.debian.org
990 testing ftp.ca.debian.org
500 unstable ftp.ca.debian.org
500 stable deb.opera.com
1 experimental ftp.ca.debian.org

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