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Could not write to dev.acpi_ibm.0.volume. Using software volume, required for R30/R31 models, or using a custom volume change step is disabled.
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Located in main.cpp:95
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Could not write to %1. To use the software volume, required for R30/R31 models and to use a custom volume change step, set the nvram device to world writeable: <em>chmod 666 /dev/nvram</em>
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Located in main.cpp:114
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Thinkpad Buttons KMilo Plugin Ready For Configuration
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Located in main.cpp:122
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Could not read /dev/nvram. If you have an IBM Thinkpad load the nvram Linux module <em>insmod nvram</em> and create the node <em>mknod /dev/nvram c 10 144</em> then make the device readable <em>chmod 664 /dev/nvram</em> or writable <em>chmod 666 /dev/nvram</em>.<p> nvram must be writable for software volume control required for R30/R31 models and for using a custom volume change step.
i18n: file kcmthinkpad_general.ui line 33
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Located in rc.cpp:6
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Change volume in software (required by R30/R31)
i18n: file kcmthinkpad_general.ui line 60
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Located in rc.cpp:15
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Command for Mail button:
i18n: file kcmthinkpad_general.ui line 76
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Located in rc.cpp:18
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Command for FN-Zoom button:
i18n: file kcmthinkpad_general.ui line 84
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Located in rc.cpp:21
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Command for Search button:
i18n: file kcmthinkpad_general.ui line 105
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Located in rc.cpp:24
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Command for Home button:
i18n: file kcmthinkpad_general.ui line 161
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Located in rc.cpp:30
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Command for Thinkpad button:
i18n: file kcmthinkpad_general.ui line 201
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Located in rc.cpp:33
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