: here I have this nifty Keyboard with features 17 additional function keys.
: All these keys send scancodes of the type e0xx. With some help from
: setkeycodes I can make the kernel recognize the keys and assign values to
: them which works flawlessly on the Linux console.
try xkeycaps - which is a program that has a database of many different
keyboard types. It has an interactive editor for xmodmap, which you can
use to see which keys are generating events, and customize a script for
xmodmap to work around minor mapping problems.