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libevdev-tweak-device - evdev device configuration tool
libevdev-tweak-device --abs <axis> [--min <min>] [--max <max>] [--res <res>] [--fuzz
<fuzz>] [--flat <flat>] <device>
libevdev-tweak-device --led <led> --on|--off <device>
libevdev-tweak-device allows setting absolute axis parameters and controlling LEDs.
The first form of the command controls axis parameters. The options are:
specifies the axis to tweak; one of ABS_X, ABS_Y, ABS_Z, ABS_RX, ABS_RY, ABS_RZ,
ABS_THROTTLE, ABS_RUDDER, ABS_WHEEL, ABS_GAS, ABS_BRAKE, ABS_HAT0X, ABS_HAT0Y,
ABS_HAT1X, ABS_HAT1Y, ABS_HAT2X, ABS_HAT2Y, ABS_HAT3X, ABS_HAT3Y, ABS_PRESSURE,
ABS_DISTANCE, ABS_TILT_X, ABS_TILT_Y, ABS_TOOL_WIDTH, ABS_VOLUME depending on the
specifies the minimum for the axis.
specifies the maximum for the axis.
specifies the resolution for the axis.
specifies the fuzz for the axis.
specifies the flat for the axis.
The second form of the command controls LEDs. The options are:
specifies the LED to control; one of LED_NUML, LED_CAPSL, LED_SCROLLL, LED_COMPOSE,
LED_KANA, LED_SLEEP, LED_SUSPEND, LED_MUTE, LED_MISC, LED_MAIL, LED_CHARGING
depending on the device's capabilities.
--on switches the LED on.
--off switches the LED off.
libevdev-tweak-device was written by Peter Hutterer for Red Hat, Inc. This manual page was
adapted from the program usage information by Stephen Kitt <[email protected]>, for the
Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). It was last modified for libevdev
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