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Re: key codes table.

Hummm, I know this should be possible with qemu but a quick Google is
failing to find an easy way to do this. There's probably a fake serial
device kernel module though... I'm not going to try so hard as to go
through a VM but if this is possible without I'll write something.
On Mar 2, 2014 12:28 PM, "Bart Schaefer" <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On Mar 1,  5:50pm, shawn wilson wrote:
> }
> } If you want that chart, you should be able to come up with a script that
> } gets key bindings for \x00 - \x255 (or more realistically 80~200 -
> } printable characters) and we can run it through common environments?
> The problem is getting the keyboard to send those characters.  In an
> XKB environment you might be able to read out the keyboard definitions
> but that won't help for consoles, ssh connections, etc.  It would be
> (was, in the past, IIRC) a large security problem if there were a way
> to script a keyboard to send back arbitrary keystrokes.

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