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Old 31st March 2009, 11:14 PM
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"Enter Key" not working, how to map with different key "F9"

My laptop "Enter Key" is not working and willing to map to another key("f9") in fedora Linux 2.6.25-14.fc9.i686. How to map functionality of " Enter Key" to "F9" key?

The information I have is:

1. echo $ Term shows "linux"

2. EscapeSequence Description DecimalHTML OctalASCII Hex Unicode
\r Carriage Return (CR) 13 015 0D \u000d

2. showkey -a for (ESC Dec Oct Hex)
a. Enter key shows " ^M 13 0015 0x0d"

b. F9 key shows " ^[[20~ 27 0033 0x1b
91 0133 0x5b
50 0062 0x32
48 0060 0x30
126 0176 0x7e

3. showkey -s (scan codes) shows
a. Enter key shows " 0x1c 0x9c"
b. F9 key shows " 0x43 0xc3"

keycode default values:
keycode 67 = F9
keycode 28 = KP_Enter

I would like to replace the "keycode 67 = KP_Enter", what command I have to use? or I want to replace escape key sequence of F9 from "^[[20~" to "^M" what is the procedure to do so?

Thanks in Advance,
Srinivasu Anupindi

Last edited by srinihi; 1st April 2009 at 10:10 PM.
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