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Mandrake 10.1 and my Keyboard

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It is simple:

My keyboard is a CYCON model KB-2616... it works fine, but I have some especial keys as "Mute", "Volume+", "Volume-"...etc....

Those especial keys don't work.

Where do I find drivers, or how I configure those keys ?
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wesly_chen earned 100 total points
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Hi,

   I googled for CYCON KB-2616 keyboard, which seems like a "dk" (non-English) website. As I can understand that
those keys are for Windows only. Unless the vendor releases Linux driver for it, otherwise you can not use those
keys in Linux OS.

Regards,

Wesly
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