Mind Path Technologies Pocket Point RF Remote in Acroread/Others (on Linux)

I'm hoping that someone else has a better solution for this one. We have a pocketpoint remote that works quite well for Power point presentations, but for Acrobat Reader the keybinding is not good. The remote sends p for prior/previous and n for next, which is understood by powerpoint and not by Adobe. I wrote the following lame script to fix this. It works for the most part, but you lose the p and n keys during the presentation. [includecode#../scripts/pocketpoint]
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RHEL4 on Thinkpad T60p (Sleep+Wireless)

This laptop is 100% Lenovo. It's a lot different! I did get the ATI driver working. Update, the ChipID hack is no longer needed, Release 8.25.18 adds support for the V5200.

Sleeping

Finally, 2.6.17-rc6 is able to make this thing sleep and wake properly, phew. Ok, I seem to have a working RPM, so I'll post it, let me know if you have issues with this rpm, I've resumed a few times without issue. This is the Fedora RPM with all the patches but 2.6.17-rc6 removed.

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