A mouse server for the Linux console
Gpm provides mouse support to text-based Linux applications like the
Emacs editor and the Midnight Commander file management system. Gpm
also provides console cut-and-paste operations using the mouse and
includes a program to allow pop-up menus to appear at the click of a
* README -- gpm 1.xx
* Copyright 1995-2000 email@example.com (Alessandro Rubini)
* Copyright 2001-2008 nico-gpm2008 at schottelius.org (Nico Schottelius)
The gpm (general purpose mouse) daemon tries to be a useful mouse
server for applications running on the Linux console. Its roots are
in the "selection" package, by Andrew Haylett, and the original code
comes from select
you are reading this document, because you saw that there is a new
release of gpm available, gpm 1.20.2.
Unfortunately this release is broken, but that's not a big problem.
gpm is broken for some time and I did not spent any time to the project
for about two years.
Some weeks ago, I was contacted by someone asking me to write a very
This file tells how to use gpm and X with a Elotouch screen with
serial interface at 9600 Baud No parity.
Calibration is done in console mode using the program "elocalib"
available from http://www.dobit.com/emblin/pub/elocalib.tgz
See also elocalib --help
To start calibration at console 128x48, for screen 1024x786
> elocalib /dev/ttyS0 -c128 -r48 -w1024 -h768
This file tells how to use gpm and X with a Gunze touchscreen.
It is pretty similar to README.micro
This file tells how to use gpm and X with a touch screen (this is
being written as an addition to g
This README describes the support for the Synaptics ToucPads.
In addition to translating finger mot
NEW FEATURE IN BETA-2 OVER BETA-1 (ONLY TWIDDLER CHANGES)
Fixed typo in twiddler.c which prevente
This file tries to summarize the questions that I've been responding over
and over. It is meant to
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