I'm trying to read from a second keyboard whose inputs can be read from /dev/inputs/eventX, but I get rubbish and not the character expected. I'm accessing my target by using Putty. I can connect to ...
I have a certain shell (zsh) script which reads one character at a time and performs an action afterwards. In the shell, this is realized by "read -k" in a loop. I want to execute the script as a ...
I need to record every keystroke and store in a file in the user directory ~, when using my account, I am not sudoer and I cannot install programs (like logKeys) in any way. How could I do so using ...
I want to remap input keys from keyboard and mouse, but I need it to be in low level, so that reading /dev/input* shows remapped functions. Example: I have regular keyboard and I want ENTER key to ...
I'm trying to have my Raspberry Pi function as a GUIless music player. I've got Arch Linux installed, and use it through ssh. I've got also an IR receiver dongle, and I'm planning to use it to control ...
I have a program that takes input from the keyboard and presents a nice visualization. The purpose of the program is so that my infant can mash on the keyboard and get the computer to do something. ...
I am trying to achieve something similar to this: http://superuser.com/questions/67659/linux-share-keyboard-over-network The difference is that I need the remote keyboard to be usable separate from ...
I'm having a very specific problem, however any help will aid in understanding X's relationship to the keyboard. I'd like to be able to launch the ElectricSheep program on top of music playing from ...
How can one programmatically "freeze" the Keyboard & Mouse temporarily, so that no one could mess with the system? There are several possibilities where this is useful. For instance, I have a ...
I'm trying to inject keystrokes into the input daemon so as to simulate typing from a Bash script. Is this possible, and if so, how can I make it happen?