This is a discussion on Re: How to read events from usb keyboard/mouse - FreeBSD ; On 17:41:58 Nov 13, Mario Augusto Mania wrote: > Hi All > > I user linux to make a multiseat system, but, i wold like to user > freebsd to do it . The problem is: how to read a ...
On 17:41:58 Nov 13, Mario Augusto Mania wrote:
> Hi All
> I user linux to make a multiseat system, but, i wold like to user
> freebsd to do it . The problem is: how to read a evento from
> individual usb keyboard/mouse? In linux, i use evdev driver in xorg
> (or Xephyr modified), but, in FreeBSd? what i will use?
I don't think xephyr/xnest would be the best way to do multiseat in
linux. I much prefer alternative approaches.
Anyway I don't have an answer to your question.
There seem to be no equivalent of evdev on BSD. For good reason of
I believe the only way out is to first demux the mouse and keyboard for
each of the seats.
If you spend a few days and hack the FreeBSD kernel you should be able
to do it.
Reading the sysmouse and vidcontrol man pages and source should get you
I shall be interested in your findings.
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