Section: Devices and Network Interfaces (4)
Updated: xf86-input-evdev 2.9.0
Section "InputDevice" Identifier "devname" Driver "evdev" Option "Device" "devpath" Option "Emulate3Buttons" "True" Option "Emulate3Timeout" "50" Option "GrabDevice" "False" ... EndSection
evdev is an Xorg input driver for Linux's generic event devices. It therefore supports all input devices that the kernel knows about, including most mice, keyboards, tablets and touchscreens. evdev is the default driver on the major Linux distributions.
The evdev driver can serve as both a pointer and a keyboard input device. Multiple input devices are supported by multiple instances of this driver, with one InputDevice section of your xorg.conf for each input device that will use this driver.
It is recommended that evdev devices are configured through the InputClass directive (refer to (5)) instead of manual per-device configuration. Devices configured in the (5) are not hot-plug capable.
In general, any input device that the kernel has a driver for can be accessed through the evdev driver. See the Linux kernel documentation for a complete list.
Please refer to (5) for general configuration details and for options that can be used with all input drivers. This section only covers configuration details specific to this driver.
The following driver Options are supported:
:Option "InvertX" "Bool"
:Option "IgnoreRelativeAxes" "Bool"
If either option is set to False, the driver will not ignore the specified axes regardless of the presence of other axes. This may trigger buggy behavior and events from this axis are always forwarded. Users are discouraged from setting this option.:
The following properties are provided by the evdev driver.
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