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comment I want to map keypresses onto shortcuts in Lubuntu, but xev's output confuses me
Ah, interesting! Good link from WP, I didn't know about that.
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comment I want to map keypresses onto shortcuts in Lubuntu, but xev's output confuses me
This is a good suggestion, and I'll give it a shot. If you happen to have any insight into what's currently going on when I press Fn-F1, I'm very curious. In particular, I want to know if my hardware inherently maps Fn-F1 onto XF86ScreenSaver and the Windows key and the L key, or if this is set somewhere in Linux where I can unset it.
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comment I want to map keypresses onto shortcuts in Lubuntu, but xev's output confuses me
This is a good, practical answer to a similar question (How can I bind locking the screen to some keyboard combination?), but not an answer to the exact question I asked (How can I get Fn-F1 to lock the screen instead of opening the Lubuntu menu and typing the letter 'l'?). This approach works for Crt-Alt-L, for example, but does not work for Fn-F1. Should I give up on binding a shortcut to Fn-F1? If so, that's ok, but I'm curious why it's so.
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revised Make the sound louder in Lubuntu
Tried a fix posted on the internet, but it doesn't seem to work.
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comment Make the sound louder in Lubuntu
I may be misinterpreting your answer, but I think you're telling me to use alsamixer to control my volume? I have already tried setting all volume levels to maximum with alsamixer.
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asked Make the sound louder in Lubuntu
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asked I want to map keypresses onto shortcuts in Lubuntu, but xev's output confuses me
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comment How can I get a script to always run on resume in Lubuntu?
Thanks! Nice work.
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comment How can I get a script to always run on resume in Lubuntu?
Awesome, that seems to work. Care to explain what that does? Also, you should post an answer so I can accept it, you've solved my problem.
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revised How can I get a script to always run on resume in Lubuntu?
Described a solution based on andrewsomething's suggestions