atkbd.c: Unknown key pressed (translated set 2, code 0xf7 on isa0060/serio0).then you need to look up the right number in include/linux/input.h e.g.here. E.g.
atkbd.c: Use 'setkeycodes e077
' to make it known.
#define KEY_BRIGHTNESSDOWN 224And use that number with setkeycodes, e.g. for my system:
#define KEY_BRIGHTNESSUP 225
setkeycodes e077 224 # brightness downAnd now your system (e.g. KDE or Gnome) should immediately recognize the keys. Post the information to your distribution and it should be included in future releases. Just write the commands (without sudo) into /etc/rc.local to make them permanent for now.
setkeycodes e078 225 # brightness up
setkeycodes 0xee 212 # webcam
setkeycodes 0xe4 240 # touchpad -> unknown
setkeycodes e076 238 # wifi + bluetooth
If you get stuck, here's a good guide.