Talk:Logitech diNovo Mini
Keycodes with Mythbuntu 8.10 and german keyboard-layout
Yesterday I plugged in my new diNovo Mini and everything worked right out of the box (using Mythbuntu 8.10 with all updates installed).
In comparison to the main article I found some other keycodes.
My settings in /etc/default/console-setup:
XKBMODEL="pc105" XKBLAYOUT="de" XKBVARIANT="nodeadkeys" XKBOPTIONS=""
Keycodes found with xev:
Music = 179, XF86Tools Browser = 180, XF86HomePage Sleep = 150, XF86Sleep Record = 175, XF86AudioRecord Previous = 173, XF86AudioPrev Stop = 174, XF86AudioStop Play/Pause = 172, XF86AudioPlay Next = 171, XF86AudioNext
Volume Up, Volume Down and Mute do not send keycodes, but work out of the box with the default-mixer.
The Zoom-buttons and the round Windows-Button on the right do not send keycodes either.
So here's my ~/.Xmodmap:
!Music = 179, XF86Tools !Browser = 180, XF86HomePage !Sleep = 150, XF86Sleep !Record = 175, XF86AudioRecord !Previous = 173, XF86AudioPrev !Stop = 174, XF86AudioStop !Play/Pause = 172, XF86AudioPlay !Next = 171, XF86AudioNext keycode 179 = F10 keycode 180 = F11 keycode 150 = F9 keycode 175 = R keycode 173 = Left keycode 171 = Right keycode 174 = Escape keycode 172 = P
I added the following command at XFCE-Menu -> Applicatiions -> Settings -> Settings Manager ->Autostarted apps:
--Dadigi 15:08, 28 February 2009 (UTC)
Slightly different diNovo Mini?
I've been playing with a new diNovo Mini for about a week and I've found that several of the keycodes listed here don't correspond to the previous keycodes. Here's my .Xmodmap:
keycode 122 = F10 keycode 123 = F11 keycode 160 = F9 keycode 173 = Left keycode 171 = Right keycode 174 = Escape keycode 172 = p keycode 179 = Escape
The keycode 179 corresponds to the button in the bottom right that is used to start Windows Media Center in Windows MCE systems. I didn't see it referenced elsewhere so I don't know if it's always had that button and it was just ignored or it's a new addition, but it works well for me as an Escape key in Mythbuntu. Ransak 17:13, 9 July 2010 (UTC)