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Try enabling debugging in XBMC and then press each of the keys you want to map. Make a note of the time and sequence in which you pressed each of the keys. Examine your xbmc.log file and, using your notes to correlate the times and keystrokes, look for statements such as the following:
17:07:23 T:11982976 DEBUG: SDLKeyboard: scancode: 72, sym: 0113, unicode: 0000, modifier: 0
17:07:23 T:11982976 DEBUG: OnKey: right (f083) pressed, action is Right
The value next to "OnKey" ("right", in this example) is the name of XBMC key that was pressed and this is what you will use to (re)map that key to an XBMC action in your keyboard.xml. If the keystrokes don't show up in xbmc.log, then you may need to use LIRC or some other means to enable your remote control.