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raungst
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2006 11:23 pm    Post subject: pbbuttonsd keys bound to other actions [solved] Reply with quote

I have pbbuttonsd working, however it seems as if my f1-f12 keys are already bound to other actions in gnome. For instance, f2 will open the gnome terminal help as well as increase the screen brightness. f6-f12 print a tilda in a termina, or open various menus in mozillal. Any thoughts?

Here's my /etc/pbbuttonsd.conf in case it helps. I haven't tried to set up anything besides the screen brightness or keyboard backlight.

Code:

# Configuration file for PBButtonsd >= Version 0.5
# for complete list of options please see pbbuttonsd.conf man-page

# [SYSTEM]
#userallowed           = "paranoid"     ; user who is allowed to use IPC
autorescan            = yes             ; automatic rescan of event devices
CmdTimeout            = 8

# [MODULE POWERSAVE]
onAC_policy           = performance     ; nochange, performance, custom or powersave
onAC_TimerAction      = none            ; none, suspend-to-ram, suspend-to-disk, blankscreen
onAC_CoverAction      = suspend-to-ram
onAC_KeyAction        = suspend-to-ram  ; SleepKey
onAC_SuspendTime      = 0               ; time in 1/10 seconds
onAC_DimTime          = 0               ; time in 1/10 seconds

onBattery_policy      = powersave
onBattery_TimerAction = suspend-to-ram  ; none, suspend-to-ram, suspend-to-disk, blankscreen
onBattery_CoverAction = suspend-to-ram
onBattery_KeyAction   = suspend-to-ram  ; SleepKey
onBattery_SuspendTime = 3000            ; time in 1/10 seconds
onBattery_DimTime     = 600             ; time in 1/10 seconds

SleepKey              = 116
SleepKeyDelay         = 0               ; values > 0 may be dangerous, if the power key is used to trigger sleep
BWL_first             = 22              ; first battery warnlevel, time in minutes
BWL_second            = 10              ; second battery warnlevel, time in minutes
BWL_last              = 3               ; last battery warnlevel, time in minutes
Script_PMCS           = "/etc/power/pmcs-pbbuttonsd %s %s %s"
EmergencyAction       = sleep           ; action, if battery is critically low
HeartbeatBeep         = no              ; beep, if nothing else showed that the computer lives
CPULoad_sleeplock     = yes
CPULoad_min           = 20              ; value in percent
CPULoad_period        = 20              ; time in seconds
NETLoad_sleeplock     = yes
NETLoad_min           = 4096            ; traffic in Bytes/s
NETLoad_period        = 20              ; time in seconds
NETLoad_device        = "eth0"

# [MODULE DISPLAY]
#LCD_Brightness        = 8              ; initial LCD brightness level
LCD_FadingSpeed       = 5               ; 0 = no smooth fading
LCD_AutoAdjust        = yes             ; only on Aluminum PowerBooks
LCD_IllumUpKey        = 60
LCD_IllumDownKey      = 59
LCD_Threshold         = 94
LCD_AutoAdjMin_Bat    = 2               ; autoadjust parameter
LCD_AutoAdjMax_Bat    = 7
LCD_AutoAdjMin_AC     = 1 LCD_AutoAdjMax_AC     = 15
KBD_Brightness        = 5               ; initial keyboard illumination level
KBD_OnBrightness      = 5               ; initial level if KBD on/off key is pressed
KBD_FadingSpeed       = 5               ; 0 = no smooth fading
KBD_AutoAdjust        = yes             ; only on Aluminum PowerBooks
KBD_IllumUpKey        = 68
KBD_IllumDownKey      = 67
KBD_IllumOnKey        = 66 KBD_Threshold         = 28              ; only on Aluminum PowerBooks
dev_FrameBuffer       = "/dev/fb0"
UseFBBlank            = yes
DimFullyDark          = no
CRT_MirrorKey         = 65 + ctrl

# [MODULE MIXER]
#SoundSystem           = OSS            ; none, auto, OSS or ALSA #Volume                = 50             ; initial volume level
#Speakers_muted        = no             ; mute after startup?
#VolumeUpKey           = 115
#VolumeDownKey         = 114
#MuteKey               = 113
#OSS_Mixer             = "/dev/mixer"   ; settings for OSS
#OSS_Channels          = "volume, speaker" #ALSA_Card             = "default"      ; settings for ALSA
#ALSA_Elements         = "Master, 'PC Speaker'"
#MixerInitDelay        = no

# [MODULE CDROM]
dev_CDROM             = "/dev/cdrom"
EjectCDKey            = 161
EjectCDKeyDelay       = 0

# [MODULE PMAC]
dev_PMU               = "/dev/pmu"
dev_ADB               = "/dev/adb"
TPModeUpKey           = 225 + alt
TPModeDownKey         = 224 + alt
TPMode                = drag
KBDMode               = fkeysfirst
Batlog                = none
NoTapTyping           = no


Last edited by raungst on Tue Mar 21, 2006 12:05 am; edited 1 time in total
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 12:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I believe that by hitting fn-f1/2 you can lower and raise you screen brightness.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 12:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ack! You're right. For some reason I thought it would work like OS X does. My mistake.
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