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[gnome] Change the commands of multimedia keys

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http://ubuntuforums.org – I don't think that this is just a Gnome issues, but I'm not sure. I have Japanese Sony VAIO VPCCB series laptop. I'm dual booting Windows 7 and UbuntuGnome. My problem is using the Fn key with the Function keys to use the multimedia features. Some work and some don't. So I have the following: F1 - Trackpad - doesn't work F2-F4 - Volume - works F5-F6 - Screen Brightness - works F7 - Projector - not sure F9-F10 - Zoom - doesn't work F12 - Sleep - Works So the majority of the keys work. I assumed that I could map the others. So I checked out my xorg.conf to make sure the trackpa (Hardware)