The Linux Event Device Input Driver
This section covers the linux event device input driver for LCDd.
Configuration in LCDd.conf[linux_input]Device =
Select the input device to use [default: /dev/input/event0].
This may be either an absolute path to the input node, starting with '/',
or an input device name, e.g. "Logitech Gaming Keyboard Gaming Keys".
Set an alternate key map, e.g. to use custom buttons instead of the
standard codes for Escape, Enter, Left, Right, Up and Down. This entry
typically repeaded for any non-standard key code.
KEYCODE is an integer like the ones defined in
/usr/include/linux/input.h. This may be specified
as either a decimal number, or as a hexadecimal number prefixed with 0x.
You can also find the key code in the log output of
LCDd when the
is at least 4.
KEY can be one of the keys that LCDd recognizes
(Left, Right, Up,
Down, Enter or Escape)
or any other string that a client can parse.