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Old 09-20-2004, 08:31 AM   #1
haivinay
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Post F1 - F10 not working when F13 - F20 working in Linux


I need to use F1 - F20 in Redhat- 8.
I hav done the following.
cd ~/.kde/Autostart
vi mmkeys
# made the follwing entries
xmodmap -e 'keycode 69=F13'
xmodmap -e 'keycode 70=F14'
#like upto
xmodmap -e 'keycode 76=F20'
#saved the file
cd ~
vi .Xmodmap
#made the following entries
keycode 69=F13
keycode 70=F14
#upto F20
#saved and logout ,loged in.
#now F13 to F20 working but F1 - F10 is not working
what i have to do , for using F1- F20 ?
I got key values using xev command testing and keyboard is US QWERTY
I want to use shift keys for getting F13-F20 [ <shift>F3 -> F13, <shift> F10 -> F20
now F6 is also considers as F16.

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