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Re: thinkpad-acpi: fn-f4 issues

On Wed, 26 Jan 2011, Jeff Chua wrote:
> > requested, which includes Fn+F4.  When in doubt, please either run the
> > driver in debug mode, or check the hotkey_mask in sysfs.
> >
> > Please check with xev and something like input-events or some other
> > input-device snooper whether you get events when you press Fn+F4.  Maybe
> > userspace is ignoring it.
> xev reported both up/down. I'm using mplayer and it doesn't see those
> events.

Now I am confused.  Did you get any xev events for Fn+F4?  Or do you mean
volume up/down?

> Mute is working fine.  And on a separate topic, I simply couldn't get the
> "mic" to work. Alsamixer reported these ...

I wouldn't know what to do about that, but I bet someone on the thinkpad-ml
does, so maybe you should ask there.  You did check that the mic-mute button
is not active, I assume?

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