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Re: Support for Fn key on Lenovo edge 15



On Mon, 07 Feb 2011, Ran Rubin wrote:
> OK. I balclistied thinkpad-acpi and indeed it does not load (no mention of
> it in boot.omsg) However Fn keys still do not work at all.

Well, check your distro userspace, then.  But you might have to "undo" the
BIOS hack as well.

Note that only very _few_ Fn hotkeys will do anything without the help of
thinkpad-acpi *AND* your distro userspace on a Lenovo ThinkPad.

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