It is one more attempt to get
Fn keys to volume up/down, brightness, etc. working. Those controls are simply not working in my non-branded ultrabook.
In the configuration file:
We can find the following code:
<!-- Keybinding for Volume management --> <keybind key="XF86AudioRaiseVolume"> <action name="Execute"> <command>amixer -q sset Master 3%+ unmute</command> </action> </keybind>
So I guess if we find the correct keybind key, it will work. Am I right? If so, how?
Note: I'm using the default keyboard, pc105
Note 2: in this answer, for the XF86 keyboard, the format of the keys seems something like 0x1008FF12 (code for mute in that keyboard). According with that answer, the keybind key is a shortcut to a file where that code is.
Note 3: in this forum, there is an attempt to do it with xbindkeys. Unfortunately, xbindkeys doesn't seem to capture the
Fn key for me.
Note 4: after modifing the configuration file, we have to run