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SubjectRe: [linux-usb-devel] Re: Fw: ati-remote strangeness from 2.6.12 onwards
Hi 'mdew' (you do have a name, do you?),

mdew wrote:
> mapped to "p". I found the TV Button, The DVD Button, the CH-/+ and
> the OK Button all non-working, every other button produced the "p".

Could you please try 'showkey -s' from a console on all of those keys?

Pavel: I would think that 'more useful' is not really the same as
'correct'. If you find it useful to map this key to 'ENTER', so you
should remap it in userspace. It should not be KEY_ENTER in the kernel
for at least two reasons:

- The key is labled 'ok' (and not enter). I assume the code KEY_OK is
made for exactly that kind of key and certain applications might
look for exactly this code.
- You might want to differentiate between this key and the ENTER key
of your keyboard, at least I do. If the kernel is sending the same
code for both keys, this is not possible in userspace.

Frank

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