Strange keysym mappings running mic-chroot with output to Xephyr

Strange keysym mappings running mic-chroot with output to Xephyr

The keysyms that, on a standard keyboard, are mapped to the 101-key dedicated cursor motion keys are mapped differently on MeeGo - Page Up is numpad / (and numpad / is insert), Page Down is menu, and the rest are mapped to assorted other keysyms. The numpad's cursor movement keys are still accessible, though. Is this a weird bug in the chroot image's X layout, or do the netbooks intentionally rearrange the keymapping? Is there anywhere with a list of the standard keys available on MeeGo netbooks? Will this cause problems if a user plugs a standard USB keyboard into a tablet?
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