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Amongst other things this allows legacy mice to be accessed via the /dev/input/mice multiplexer.
Supported devices include: * Serial-attached keyboards including the Apple Newton keyboard, DEC LK201 / LK401 keyboards, the Stowaway keyboard, Sun type 4 and 5 keyboards, standard PS/2 keyboards with a serial adapter * Serial mice using Genius, Logitech, Microsoft or Mouse Systems protocols * Serial-attached touchscreens including those manufactured by 3M, ELO, Fujitsu, Penmount, Touchright, Touchwindow * Serial-attached joysticks including I-Force, SpaceBall, SpaceOrb, Gravis Stinger, WingMan Warrior * The Handykey Twiddler used as a joystick or a chording keyboard
inputattach for Debian ---------------------- This package does not include an initscript to initialize your devices automatically; it isn't possible to adequately control inputattach as would be required for an initscript. To automatically attach a serial device to the input layer, the recommended approach is simply to add the appropriate lines to /etc/rc.local, or to a local udev rules file. F more»
inputattach(1) inputattach(1) NAME inputattach - attach a serial line to an input-layer device SYNOPSIS inputattach [--daemon] [--always] [--noinit] <mode> <device> DESCRIPTION inputattach attaches a serial line to an input-layer device via a line discipline. Exactly one of the available modes must be specified on more»
joystick (20051019-9) unstable; urgency=low * Handle the various buffer sizes expected in kernels 2.6.27 to 18.104.22.168 (2.6.28 changed the value of KEY_MAX, which changed the definition of a joystick-related ioctl; 2.6.31 fixed the problem by handling any buffer size - see ec8b4b7085605e801a7740a2c3c33256aebe249c in the kernel git repository, which was also shipped in 22.214.171.124). C more»
This package was debianized by <Lepied@debian.org> on Fri, 31 Jan 1997 22:13:59 +0100. It was taken more»