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    SubjectRe: 2.6.0-test1-ac2 issues / Toshiba Laptop keyboard
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    >>>>> "Ralf" == Ralf Hildebrandt <Ralf.Hildebrandt@charite.de> writes:

    Ralf> atkbd.c: Unknown key (set 2, scancode 0xb2, on isa0060/serio0) pressed.

    Ralf> But this happened while typing NORMALLY, with no frills :) I
    Ralf> mean, I was just typing in some unix commands - so I never even
    Ralf> came close to the keys I never use anyway...

    Interesting.

    The one example I quoted above, atkbd_set2_keycode[0xb2] is in fact 0.

    Perhaps your kb is doing something unusual w/ the key release events.

    If the kb is, eg, |=ing w/ 0x80 rather than preceding w/ 0xf0 then
    0xb2 would be the release event for 0x32. atkbd_set2_keycode[0x32]
    is 48 (KEY_B in input.h).

    So if you get unknown scancode 0xb2 from hitting the B key, that is
    the cause.

    Otherwise, perhaps a list of some keys and what they printk()
    might help debug it.

    -JimC

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