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  1. I looked at the post you send me and i think you meant XKB instead of xmodmap but the question that i currently have is, is there a way i can just put the second keyboard in russian or chinese? (Something I will never use)
  2. Thank you for responding : ) I am running Manjaro 18.1.5 and I have just tried running sxhkd which i got to play sound when pressing a key. The problem with this daemon is that it doesn't work keyboard specific. It's listening on both keyboards and i can't find a way to make it listen to just one. I also looked at the build in shortcut manager but that also doesn't seem to support it. Did i possibly miss something at the sxhkd deamon?
  3. Hello i have been trying to setup a second keyboard as a soundboard in manjaro for the past two days but i can't figure it out. What i have tried is using actkbd to detect the keypresses only on the second keyboard and then running the play command from sox to try and play sound like this: 30:::play /soundboard/sound.mp3 But when trying this i get the error: ALSA lib pcm_dmix.c:1089:(snd_pcm_dmix_open) unable to open slave First i tought it was a problem with it running in root so i changed the command to: 30:::sudo -u roy play /soundboard/message.mp3 But with this the exact same error occurred. On which I have been stuck, when I run 'play /soundboard/sound.mp3' manually in my terminal it works without any problems. I have also tried other sound playing libraries but they are giving me the same error as the one above. Trying it with a small piece of python also didn't fix the problem : /. I hope someone here knows a potential solution to the problem I am having, and is able to help me / try to help me with it. Greetings, Roy
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