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Wireless Keyboard on Raspberry Pi: not all buttons working

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Hi,

I have a raspberry pi (openelec) with xbmc and bought this keyboard Rii mini (http://www.riitek.com/en/product-detail-422.html).

Not all buttons are working (like home, mute et).
Any idea how I can make them work?

J.
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Thanks! But no clue howto configure, could you give an example, f.e.map home button to menu of xbmc? btw this device is recommended by vendor of pi + sold with pi in kit. It can t be there is no existing support( )
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Its easy, you only have to follow the steps.

You know how to access your raspberry using ssh right? You can use putty for that

Then check folder .xbmc/userdata/keymaps/remote.xml

you can use the command irw to see what keys are beeing pressed and then you only have to edit de remote.xml file and put the correct key name in the function you want

http://wiki.openelec.tv/index.php?title=Guide_To_Test_a_Remote_and_Remap_Keys
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