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Re: kern/37683 (ukbd: new useful mappings from usb to at keycodes) said:
> that's a kind of hack from Xorg (and XFree). Those "extended keys" are
> defined in atKeynames.h (e.g. /usr/pkg/include/xorg/atKeynames.h)
> because PS/2 keyboards cannot generate such events. 

I see -- imo it makes sense to follow the examples.

> OpenBSD has a similar patch for their driver (their cvsweb seem to be
> down right now, I cannot find the rev number but it's in ukbd.c too,
> from M. Herrb)

So why does your patch differ from the OpenBSD scancodes?

> FreeBSD did also something similar in rev. 1.46 of ukbd.c,
> although I don't know where their mappings come from.

FreeBSD uses another mapping mechanism appearently which I didn't
look closer at (not just using the MSB as a marker for extended

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