I recently librebooted a ThinkPad x60s and installed Parabola Linux on it. I pulled my fork of dwm (which works flawlessly on my librebooted ThinkPad x200) and soon noticed the raise/lower volume buttons weren't working. In my dwm config, I mapped XF86XK_AudioRaiseVolume and XF86XK_AudioLowerVolume to pactl commands (which work if entered manually in the terminal, but not by pressing the buttons). Maybe I should refer to such buttons in a different way in my dwm config?
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I'll get my X60s from storage, test it, and will get back to you.
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