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Old 03-04-2011, 12:44 PM   #1
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Hotkey Event not catch if I do not open KSystemLog first (Samsung N150P)

Hi, I have a problem. My netbook is a Samsung N150P with Linux Mint KDE (Isodora). With this netbook, the Brigthness control with FN-Keys doesn't work. To fix this bug, I implemented a part of the stuff found on the folowing site and I assigned the britghness up and down FN Keys in the KHotKeys tool. In fact, it's working but if I restart the computer or it's back from an Idle mode, the events related to FN-Up and FN-Down are not reliable anywore except if I start KSystemLog and I only look the events. At this point, everything is back on track and I can use it.

Somebody have an Idea???


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