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Re: [Xen-devel] [RFC] keymap support for PVFB

"Junko Ichino" <ichino.junko@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> Hi Markus,
> I checked that the result of conversion had passed PVFB and gone out of
> fbflont.
> I think that the conversion by the OS side will go wrong.
> If you know how it will pass from guest OS to guest OS's X,
> please give me some comments.
> When I input "\",  following message a display each modules
> keycode 92(0x5C) -> scancode 115
> xev:
> keycode 176   keysym 0x0, NoSymbol

Let's make sure I got the facts right:

Your vncfb backend receives key symbol 92 (XK_backslash) from your VNC

Your vncfb translates that to Linux input layer key code 115.

Is that what happens?

Key code 115 is KEY_VOLUMEUP.  That's wrong.  You want 43
(KEY_BACKSLASH) instead.  Bug in your translation table?

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