Acer 3400LMI User Manual
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F8­x86_64 on the Acer Ferrari 3400LMi

keycode 135 = XF86Launch3 keycode 140 = XF86Launch4 keycode 248 = XF86Launch5 keycode 214 = XF86Display keycode 160 = XF86AudioMute

keycode 176 = XF86AudioRaiseVolume keycode 174 = XF86AudioLowerVolume

8.The setting above are loaded the next time X is started, but to load them without a restart of X do:

# xmodmap ­verbose /etc/X11/Xmodmap



! executing work queue


keycode 0xec = XF86Mail keycode 0xb2 = XF86WWW keycode 0xc9 = XF86Launch1 keycode 0x92 = XF86Launch2 keycode 0x87 = XF86Launch3 keycode 0x8c = XF86Launch4 keycode 0xf8 = XF86Launch5 keycode 0xd6 = XF86Display keycode 0xa0 = XF86AudioMute

keycode 0xb0 = XF86AudioRaiseVolume keycode 0xae = XF86AudioLowerVolume

8.1.5 Configure actions

9.Finally it is time to configure the button actions. Actions for all but the audio control keys are easily configured in the KDE Control Center ­> Regional & Accessibility ­> Keyboard Shortcuts under the tab Command Shortcuts.

10.However, you probably also want to configure the audio control buttons. This is done in the same manner inside KMix. Fire up KMix and go to the menu Settings/Configure Global Shortcuts...

11.If you want to use the Fn­F5 key to manipulate the graphical output, refer to the section 10 Graphics below.

9 CPU & ACPI support

A pleasant news is the advancements in ACPI support. Now all the desirable features are working right out of the box, without any configuration.