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I have a somewhat simple question. I have a Logitech Elite keyboard. Can I get all the hotkeys to work in Linux(GenToo 2.6 kernel), and if so how do I do that? I have tried to find a solution on the web but no luck. If anyone can give me a hint as how to get it working I would be very happy.

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http://lineak.sourceforge.net/  might be helpful
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Thanks...that helped me

Ps sry for the delay..was out of town

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