QUOTE(emjaybee @ Mar 24 2005, 02:45 AM)
This plugin is designed for keyboards with multimedia keys on it (play/pause, back, next etc) but you press each button to map it to a function so I don't see why this wouldn't work on the 860 buttons near the On/Off. This plugin also works whether xmms has the focus or not and I've been using it on my laptop for awhile now. I think with this plugin I could have my Z playing MP3s and use the jog wheel etc to change songs and not worry if xmms has the focus or if the screen blank applet has the focus. Make sense?
The best choice is to compile xmms completely by yourself.
If it doesnt work there is a chance that you can use the user plugin dir of xmms
something like ~/.xmms/Plugins/*
the plugin compiles right. The only difficulty is the make install
choose a destination directory and create it /usr/local/xmms is no bad idea
edit the Makefile (line DEST =) and set a destination directory. Look at the messages from make install
Move the files from Destination dir to plugin default dir. cut off the "./arm-blablabla" from the path name
This is untested, but I hope it helps