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Old 07-16-2006, 04:04 AM   #1
russeller
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lineakd.conf for mplayer


I installed Suse Linux Enterprise 10 and installed lineakd on my Dell Inspiron 6000. I haved configured my keyboard with lineakd, so it recongizes when I press the media buttons. I opened ~/.lineakd/lineakd.conf and found where to map the buttons, But I'm having problems mapping the buttons to events such as, play,pause, etc. I found that I could use
Code:
amixer set Master 2+ && amixer set Headphone 2+
for the volume, but need to figure out how to make programs like mplayer and banshee work with the play/pause buttons and next buttons. The spacebar will pause and play in both programs, is there a way to tell lineakd to have the media button be the same as the spacebar?

Thanks for the help.

Steven.
 
  


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