The showkey command is showing you the keycodes in Linux-base-system lingo.
xev should work
For xmodmap you need the X keycodes, which are what xev is displaying. So long as you're planning to work in X and do your key rebinding with xmodmapthen, ignore showkeys and just listen to what xev says. You may have to scroll back a while to find the output you're looking for. Odd, my xev gives a KeyPress and KeyRelease event for alt and for the Windows key, here called "super" :.
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There is the 64 and again. Regarding the first question: these days, where the keyboard "driver" in X does not really drive the hardware, it could just pass-through the keycodes from the kernel to the Xev core, but it doesn't.
It adds 8 to the keycode before passing it on. Second: Something in your X session is grabbing the Alt event. The other answers porn games gameplay this already. The culprit might be related to your window manager. Try a more naked X session. Third: Don't use xmodmap. It has been outdated for a decade.
The new guys are XKB and its tool setxkbmap.
Just add it:. Not sure why it appears that one key generates two scancodes. Note the warning, so you may want to run this in single user mode. And you should be set. Confirm with xev that you're getting a Keypress Event with the keycode of Note that the 'setkeycodes' won't survive a reboot, so you'll have xev add it to your init scripts eg. I dual-boot with Ubuntu 6.
I have, of course, exactly replicated Ubuntu's settings for the mouse in Slackware except for the device setting of coursebut nothing I try works. Why would xev not show my thumb button at all? My suggestion would be to do: Code:. Even though you are telling X to use the Explorer protocol, the kernel doesn't teen tuggers it as such a device which I have a feeling is the trouble.
Are you running the 2. Pat V.
"Measurement of the ratio B(B+-> Xev)/B(B-0 -> Xev)" by B Aubert, M Bona et al.
Yes, I have upgraded to 2. Adding that options line did the trick. The button now works. Thank you very much. Thread Tools. BB code is On.
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