Keycodes and Console
saw at online.de
Sat Sep 11 11:10:53 PDT 2004
Michael Neumann wrote:
This is not neccessary as the same can be achived with "kbdmap" or
"kbdcontrol" at run-time.
No, there is a fine difference: The possible maximum size of a keymap in
the kernel is the size of the ATKBD_DFLT_KEYMAP (the keymap is converted
into a header file during kernel compilation). If no keymap is specified
the 108 key us.iso.kbd is taken. So in order to get more than 108 keys
(which seemed to be your problem first) you have to extend a keymap and
compile that into the kernel.
I now solved the problem. It was scancode 90 and not 109 (as in X11).
Glad to hear.
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