[PD] [hid/hidio] (Debian 9.5) - How to find out the device numbers?
ingo at miamiwave.com
Wed Oct 9 02:57:45 CEST 2019
I'm on Debian 9.5 32-Bit. Will this [hidio] version work with 32bit?
Anyway, I think I am fine now.
I found a list in /var/log/kern.log that lists the devices including the input
number that is used by [hid].
With a combination of dmesg | grep "devicename" followed by [drip] and
[stripfilename] I can reliably retrieve the input number that is used by
I'll see if [hidio] will work on 32bit.
I appreciate your effort!
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[PD] [hid] (Debian 9.5) - How to find out the device numbers?
"Ingo" <ingo at miamiwave.com>
08/10/2019 à 13:33
I need to connect a mouse with varying hardware.
However, "open by device type" does not work.
"Open by vendor / product ID" does not seem to work either.
With the Linux64 hidio external, the message "open by vendor /product id"
works on my system.
example : [open 0x04f3 0x0224, 1(
Does anybody know how to list the Device Numbers without opening the
In my modified version of hidio (see
I changed the code inside void hidio_devices(t_hidio *x) so that when you send
the message [devices( , you get the devices list on the second outlet of
This has to be implemented in the hidio_darwin.c file so that it will be
consistent between 2 OSs
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