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SubjectFYI: ACPI 'sleep 1' resets atkbd keycodes
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This may be just a minor issue:
I had to use the setkeycodes utility to enable some extra keys (that weren't
mapped by kernel's atkbd tables).
After waking from sleep 1, those keys were reset. That is, I had to use
'setkeycodes' again to customize the tables again.

IMHO the way kernel works now is correct. It should *not* have extra code just
to handle that. Just make sure anybody that alters his kbd tables puts some
extra script to recover the tables after an ACPI wake.
This should be more like a note to Linux distributors.

Have a nice day.
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