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Input event for trackpad co-ordinates

I am making an app that requires the co-ordinates of the touch / swipe of the user. This is currently available only if you are running a VM ( Alt + F2/3/4/5...) using evtest. What do you think is ...
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Can I edit an event (gamepad)'s behavior?

Ok, so I'm attempting to fix my gamepad's (or rather, dance pad's) input, because the d-pad is acting like an axis rather than 4 buttons. I attempted to use xboxdrv, to no avail. So my question is, ...
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Monitor the creation of new processes

I want to get a notification whenever a new process is created. I've tried to use inotify on /proc, but it didn't report any event even though a new directory appeared in /proc. I could list the ...
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How to catch mount events on Linux?

I want to somehow get notified if a mount or unmount occurs for a USB drive. At the moment I use udev and then wait for x seconds for a new entry in /proc/mounts. This works ok if the mounting is ...
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With systemd-networkd, perform an action upon network configuration change

I am switching from Debian’s ifupdown to systemd-networkd, and it mostly works fine. One missing bit is that upon every network change, I want to call killall -ARLM tinc, so that my VPN is going up in ...
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monitoring events (keyboard, mouse) in X

Is it possible to display all events that are generated in Xorg? Such as keyboard pressed, mouse events...?
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Where to emit hardware events?

What is the most common way to emit events from hardware sensors? Use ACPI events, send signals via DBUS? My goal is compatibility so other apps can easily use those inputs. What is the Cleanest ...
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Linux Confereneces with a Focus on Power Management Issues [closed]

The organization where I work is looking for conferences taking place in 2014 (worldwide) revolving around Linux, with a focus on power management issues on Android. Do you have any recommendation ...
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Capturing key input from events device and mapping it (toggle TouchPad key is unmapped)

I have a Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 with Ubuntu 13.10 Installed. The device has a "Toggle TouchPad" button on the keyboard (F5). The keyboard's F* buttons are reversed (so to get F5, I need to press Fn + ...
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xautolock: how to auto-unlock on user activity?

I need to run a script after a period of user inactivity. For that I use the wonderful program xautolock. Now, I also need to run another script when the activity is resumed (e.g. mouse is moved or a ...
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How can I secure my Ubuntu 13.04 to prevent network attacks? [closed]

Is there a way I could protect my pc computer from being hacked in an event where the internet conection will be opened? Thing is I am going to Campus Party Colombia 2013 and I was sugested to format ...
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Can I stop Linux from listening to a USB input device as a keyboard, but still capture events with a program?

I have a USB barcode scanner at /dev/input/event0 (/dev/input/by-id/usb-Metrologic_Metrologic_Scanner-event-kbd), and scanning a barcode causes it to send keypress events. I'm capturing these ...
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Explain EV in /proc/bus/input/devices data

Can anybody explain to me what the EV value in /proc/bus/input/devices is? The keyboard always has value 120013. Why?