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From: "Calum Selkirk" <cselkirk@g.o>
Subject: default /etc/syctl.conf and keyboard_sends_linux_keycodes
Date: Wed Jul 24 07:54:01 2002
Hi ..

should we be including a default /etc/sysctl.conf? This might solve the
problem some people have had where keyboard_sends_linux_keycodes=0 and
find themselves with a "b0rked keyboard".

eg:

# Enables new keycodes on PPC 0=disabled
dev.mac_hid.keyboard_sends_linux_keycodes = 1
# Enable mouse button emulation 0=disabled
dev.mac_hid.mouse_button_emulation = 1
# Set 2nd button to $KEY (use "showkey" to find a suitable value)
# dev.mac_hid.mouse_button2_keycode =
# Set 3rd button to $KEY (use "showkey" to find a suitable value)
# dev.mac_hid.mouse_button3_keycode =

best

cal
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