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How does `stdin` of linux work?

I know that stdin refers to standard input in linux, usually the keyboard. It can also be referred by file descriptor 0. So, which file descriptor does the (standard input) mouse refer to? Or is it a ...
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Touchscreen and mouse as separate inputs?

Can someone give me a good reference on how to achieve this, or just tell me how its done? Google isn't really helping me here, since it always tries to give me recommendations on touchpad :/
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since which version does linux kernel support multi touch screen?

I'm having a Linux 2.6.37 kernel on hand and I'd like to know if it support multi-touch screen. If so, I'd like to know since which version does Linux starts to support multi-touch and to what extend, ...
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1answer
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How to test the touch screen on embedded devices like iPhone / iPad / Kindle? [closed]

I want to test the touch panels on embedded devices like iPhone, iPad and Kindle against following criteria: Do a gesture, like tap, swipe, pinch ( zoom in/out) 10000 times and validate that every ...
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Mouse click sound on fedora

I have a USB touch screen system with Fedora 14 installed. I couldn't get to play sound on any mouse click (on touch). Is there anyway to play a click sound, either by changing some configuration or ...
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Distro recommendation for “Out The Box Multi Touch Tablet Support”

I have a Dell Inspiron Duo - The tablet netbook, the 1090. It's beautiful, and I want to get the most out of it. I don't mind digging deep into a distro and installing patches and such to get ...
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How can I get an ELO Touch Screen to work?

I have bought a new touchscreen POS machine and I have installed fedora 14 on it. I couldn't make the touch screen work, as the ELO touch manufacturers have drivers only for kernel 2.6.14 versions. ...