Asus Eee PC 1011-PX - Fn Keys

Hi all
I tried these :
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/acpi-eee/
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/acpi-eeepc-generic/
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/e3acpi/
and many other topics about Fn keys problem in Arch linux with Asus eee series , but I haven't found my model (1011PX)
when I want to setup "acpi-eeepc-generic" , it says :
"   >>> You're model 1011PX is not (yet) supported.   "
I just can use brightness keys without any others like sound volume, monitor power off, sleep , ... .
I will be thankful if you answer
Thanks

Trilby wrote:
Rather than begging and bumping (one against forum culture, the other against forum rules) how about you actually describe the problem.  What is happening, what do you want to happen?  Are we expected to read the three linked threads which *don't* apply and try to infer what you want help with?
Is this for archlinux, or for Chakra?
Thanks for this vitriolic+useful reply.
I heard that Arch forum is so active. I didn't expect that my question remain unsolved for more than 2 days
,sorry, it seems I was wrong.
I think that I described the problem clearly :
"I just can use brightness keys without any others like sound volume, monitor power off, sleep , ... ."
which proportionately to the subject (="Asus Eee PC 1011-PX - Fn Keys") means that my Fn keys don't work except
brightness keys(10/12 keys don't work).
Who is talking about Chakra? I'm using Arch.It's better to concentrate on my first post+subject of the topic
instead of reading my posts belong to the ancient times.
sorry for breaking rules, delete this topic if you want, I ignored my question,I should be silent and just google.

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