Ubuntu :: Remove Mouse Feature In /proc/bus/input/devices

Jan 7, 2011

ubuntu 10.10

I have a remote control (imon --> Harmony) that acts like a mouse. My goal is to remove that feature. Iam using lirc with Linux input layer (/dev/input/eventX) because Imon driver doesn't work at all. To get Linux input layer to work you need to choose the imon device.

cat /proc/bus/input/devices
I: Bus=0003 Vendor=15c2 Product=ffdc Version=0000
N: Name="iMON Remote (15c2:ffdc)"
P: Phys=usb-0000:00:12.1-2/input0


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General :: Alternative To /proc/bus/usb/devices For Use In A Terminal?

Aug 24, 2011

/proc/bus/usb/devices should not be used anymore (and can't be mounted anymore on Ubuntu 11.04) But what is an alternative to it, for use in a terminal? I could easily grep that output to look for a certain device, but I'm lost in all the /sys/ entries...

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Red Hat :: /proc/devices: Fopen Failed: No Such File Or Directory?

Jan 14, 2010

I am booting RH 5.4 over network (PXE) with custom initrd.img. I managed to get NFS working and switch root and do normal RH /sbin/init, but as RH boots it complains about /proc/devices missing:/proc/devices: fopen failed: No such file or directoryThe file is indeed missing, even though I'm doing "modprobe dm_mod" before. But still /proc/devices is not created. What am I doing wrong?init script for that initrd.img:

export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/lib:/usr/lib:/usr/kerberos/lib


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Sep 5, 2009

When I connect my Treo 650 with a USB cable it works sometimes and not others. A little investigation showed
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in lsusb. I didn't think that was possible!

I've tried running kudzu (the Red Hat hardware discovery tool) and killing and restarting udevd.

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General :: How To Remove /proc/sys/fs/binfmt_misc

Aug 8, 2010

unknow filesystem in my computer./proc/sys/fs/binfmt_miscPlease help me for remove this filesystem.How i do remove this filesystem?OS : ubuntu 10.04

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Jun 9, 2009

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Debian Multimedia :: How To Bind A Key To Mouse Click With Holding Feature

Jun 21, 2015

I have a trackball with only two buttons. And I searched for a way to scroll (wheel simulation) with the trackball.

I already managed to emulate the wheel when holding a trackball button (eg, the right click). I succeed using xinput as described here. But clicking on the right button when rolling with the same hand is not very easy (indeed it is even difficult).

And since I have some media keys (XF86 on the far most left corner of my keyboard it could be very convenient if I can simulate the wheel using a key press.

Unfortunately the evdev option "Option "EmulateWheelButton" allows only to use a mouse button no key from keyboard.

So I found a way to map a keyboard key (in my case the "Audio Player Next Track" shortcut) to the right click using the three steps [URL]..... So pressing the key actually triggers a right click and this works very well ... with two exceptions .

The first one is that I don't know why but this completely disabled my numkeys (the numpad at the right end of the keyboard).

The keys control the mouse. After I checked under the "universal access" I saw that "Control the pointer using the keypad" option was checked. But this could not be a problem and I could be satisfied without the second problem..

Which is that my keyboard simulated right click do not actually enable the wheel emulation since the rightclick should be held down...

When pressing and holding down the real right button of the trackball it works. Even when holding the right click with a regular mouse.

But using my shortcut key I'm unable to generate a keydown event.

Is there a way to map the keyboard key and the mouse button like this :

a key press => a regular right click
a key down => a held right click
a key up => a right click release

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Ubuntu Installation :: Input Devices Disabled 10.4?

May 2, 2010

Upgraded from 9.04 to 9.10, touchpad on my laptop stopped working, but i had my USB mouse so I upgraded to 10.4. After the reboot, both the USBMouse and touchpad no longer work, rendering my Ubuntu Installation a useless. Luckly I have OpenSuse installed on this laptop as well. I have a Gateway MP6954

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Ubuntu :: X.org Update Bonked Input Devices

Sep 1, 2011

Last weekend I did a fresh install of Natty into my new HD following the crash of my last one (hooray for periodic backups). I had no problems at all, my mouse and keyboard were working fine. The system was running without a xorg.conf file in /etc/X11.Then, I installed the restricted driver for my NVidia GeForce 8600 GT and rebooted, but the driver was not being used. I ran nvidia-xconfig as root, which created a xorg.conf file telling X to use the driver. Reboot, everything is working fine.

Now, this morning a few packages were updated, including xorg. The next time I tried to log in after this update, I found that neither my mouse nor keyboard were responding - I couldn't even switch to another tty or, indeed, do anything other than a hard reboot.I have a LiveUSB with natty and a partition running Sabayon Linux on another hard drive from which I can mess around in my Kubuntu partition. How do I fix this?

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May 4, 2011

There's a single command to achieve this result? I want those (never and not willing to use in future) features to be completly remove from all my systems (*buntu).

Prefered command like sudo apt-get autoremove and avoid "clicking/settting throug various menu" Battery level indicator prefereably kept

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Ubuntu :: Doesn't Allow To Specify The Input/output Audio Devices?

Jul 28, 2011

For some reason on any application that uses sound, but doesn't allow me to specify the input/output audio devices I don't get anything. I want all audio to go to my USB Headset, and not the onboard soundcard. To start off with, here's alsamixer: Here's a screenshot from Mumble (voice chat) that shows that I've set the USB headset device in there, and it works 100% fine on Mumble.


As you can see from the alsa-base.conf above I've tried specifying snd_usb_audio as the default device, but it's not working.

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Ubuntu :: Intermittent Input Devices: Unable To Use Keyboard And Track Pad

Jan 25, 2010

I have been using ubuntu 9.10 for about a week and have had problems with my keyboard and track pad on my laptop. I can navigate grub (I'm dual booting) but once ubuntu starts to load then I am unable to use my input devices. Even using cap locks doesn't turn on the corresponding light. As fa as I can tell it seems intermittent and I can make an STR.

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OpenSUSE :: Flaky Active / Inactive Input Devices In GIMP

Jul 23, 2011

I'm running openSUSE 11.4 x86_64. When I am using GIMP, it will regularly stop allowing me to use my mouse or Wacom Intuos 3, forcing me to use my keyboard, but only within dialogs such as for scaling a layer, saving a file, etc. It's so flaky that the mouse/tablet will work sometimes and not sometimes, back and forth, within one "session" of using GIMP. It's driving me nuts. Sometimes I struggle with the keyboard (a struggle because it's indirect and sometimes counter-intuitive), other times I'll close the dialog and re-open it to see if that time the mouse (or tablet) will work. From what I've seen, I'll either be able to use both or not able to use both, rather than only having the mouse but not the tablet or vice versa.

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Apr 28, 2011

I have an Intel HDA audio card, and would like to record both my soundcard output and my microphone input at the same time. Getting to record my soundcard output (aka "Stereo Mix" or "What-U-Hear") is impossible for my soundcard without using the PulseAudio monitor, so I've set that up. Now I can record either the PulseAudio monitor for my soundcard, or the microphone input, but I don't know how to record both at the same time.

Currently, my .asoundrc looks like this:


pcm.pulse {
type pulse
ctl.pulse {


So now I can choose either "pulse" as an input channel in, for example, Audacity or RecordMyDesktop applications (and then set in the PA volume control the actual channel which I want recorded), or choose "pulse_monitor" or "pulse_mic", in order to record either the PA monitor or the microphone, respectively.

I've read through the ALSA plugins reference, as well as the Asym and Dmix pages on ALSA wiki, but I'm still not sure how to put this together. I figured there should be a way either to route the microphone input into the ALSA output, and thus make the PA monitor "hear" what I speak into the microphone, or to make a completely new channel with both ALSA output and microphone input as "slaves", and then use that for recording.

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Slackware :: After Kernel Rebuild And Using Dracut Input Devices In KDM Don't Work?

Nov 11, 2010

I just implemented dracut on my Slack. It works well, but for this also I had to rebuild the kernel. Everything works as it should beside KDM. When KDM start mouse/keyboard don't work. I check the logs and I don't actually see any errors.Note: Im using Slack in VirtualBox with fbdev or vesa driver and it doesn't work with neither of the drivers. I suppose its something missing in the kernel, but don't know what.Before rebuilding the kernel and implementing dracut, everything work with fbdev and/or vesa

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Fedora Installation :: An Error Occurred Mounting Device Proc As /proc: Mount Failed

Jul 6, 2010

I've got the F13 LiveCD that I was able to boot and use using the "nomodeset" boot option. From the desktop I'm trying to perform an Install to Hard Drive. I've read the Install from LiveCD post regarding the creation of a /boot partition and a / root partition. I've tried creating them without the LVM group and with. But every time I appempt to install I get...

An error occurred mounting device proc as /proc: mount failed: (9, None). This is a fatal error and the install cannot continue.

Hardware is a Sager 8887 (P4, 3.06HT, 60GB HDD, Radeon 9000 graphics adapter)

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Ubuntu Installation :: Toshiba Portege M750 - Cant Find Tablet Control Features To Change Input Devices

May 4, 2010

Ubuntu is perfect for me, except that i have to dual boot sometimes to windows 7 for the one application that wont run in a virtual environment (LockDown Browser, and occasionally onenote). Except, i cant find tablet control features in Ubuntu, to change input devices (the touchscreen is awful, but I cant turn off the option to use finger as an input device. Also, when i boot to windows 7, the mouse track pad/left and right click doesn't work (they work in Ubuntu)? The keyboard does, and so does my stylus (which I have to use as a substitute)

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Ubuntu :: No Reaction To Mouse Input?

May 17, 2010

I have a pc here, that after it has been running for some time (5 - 10min) stops reacting to mouse input.You can still move the mouse around, but nothing happens when clicking, the exception being that I can still put the cursor into the gnome shell. The keyboard still works. If I restart the gnome session, everything is fine again for a few minutes, before the problem starts again. The pc has a Nvidia 8800gtx pro card. I know that there were some issues with this cards and Lucid Linx, but I didnt find anything helpful on this particular problem. I did reinstall the proprietary drivers, but the problem persists.Something else that might be worth mentioning: At some startups there is a message displayed:"Gave up waiting for root device..." There is more, but I forgot to write it down last time it happened.

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Mar 9, 2010

Does anyone know what happened to the Multiseat feature that had been in the feature list at one point?To briefly summarise, a single machine with multiple graphics cards, sound cards, keyboards & mice provides multiple seats for users. Each user gets their own monitor, keyboard, mouse & perhaps audio. The rest of the machine resources are then shared.

The last I saw on the topic was this discussion, although I have a recollection that there was going to be support in a newer version of X.Org. I've googled around quite a bit, but can't seem to find anything.

Anybody know anything? It would be a great feature to have and it's frustrating to have had such an omission since F8 :-o

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Ubuntu :: Add Guides In GIMP Kills Mouse Input?

Jun 17, 2011

Using 11.04 and GIMP 2.6.11. When I click the rulers to add a guide, no guide is added and clicking becomes unresponsive throughout gimp. Additionally, gimp steals all keyboard input from all other applications. I found out I can restore keyboard/mouse input to normal by simply minimizing the gimp main window.

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Ubuntu :: Embedded Flash Objects Unresponsive To Mouse Input

Mar 5, 2010

I have installed Flash (via Synaptic Package manager, �flashplugin-installer� and flashplugin-nonfree) on Ubuntu 9.10, 64-bit. When I attempt to view / interact with embedded flash objects in HTML pages using FireFox 3.5.8 I find that they are unresponsive to my mouse clicks (though mouse-over seems to work). For example, if I would like to start an embedded flash movie, I cannot click the play button, nor can I control any of the other mouse-click controls. Also, on occasion, the entire flash object will not display at all but will instead just leave a big white space on the web page.

I do not have any flash-blocking ad-ons installed. When I first installed flash I experienced this problem but was able to temporarily fix it by downloading the 64-bit version of flash 10 from Adobe, [URL] and manually copy-pasting this file into FireFox's Plugins folder (which I had to create myself in the mozilla folder). Immediately after doing this flash objects work properly in FireFox, but upon restarting my computer I find that the almost always problem re-occurs and I have to remove and then re-copy the 64-bit plugin into the plugins folder again to get it to work. FireFox is my primary browser, but on occasion I will use Google Chrome and have not experienced this same problem with viewing flash objects.

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May 21, 2010

I've noticed a bit of a problem here in the last few days...after some point, my numeric keypad stops being a numeric keypad; instead, it controls the mouse (5 right clicks, and the outer keys move the cursor in the appropriate direction). It doesn't appear to happen on boot, as I generally type the numeric bits of my password with the keypad, but some point after. The only common events I can think of where this has occurred is either after connecting to the system via SSH, or after swapping to tty1 (which usually requires re-enabling of numberlock for the terminal to recognize digits, again for the password). No matter what state the NumLock is in (off or on) at this point, the keypad fails to function as a keypad.

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Dec 19, 2010

I installed Ubuntu a couple of months ago using the Wubi installer.Today, I went to restart my PC, but soon after hitting 'Restart' the computer became unresponsive. I couldn't get any keyboard/mouse input to register on screen, so I did a force shut down by holding down the power button. When I turned the computer back on, I selected Ubuntu from the boot menu. The computer printed some messages that passed by relatively quickly so I'm not sure exactly what they said, but it was something along the lines of "NTFS3: wubibuilder failed to load", and then it went straight back to the boot menu. Tried again and again with no success, so I loaded my Windows 7 install to investigate from there. I found a link to Explore2fs on these forums, so I loaded it up, but it apparently can't locate my Ubuntu partition, or at least I don't see my files. I ran the Wubi installer again to see what it would say, and it tells me that a previous installation was detected, and gives me the option to uninstall. Does anyone have an idea of what went wrong,

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Jan 1, 2011

how I restore dead mouse and keyboard input from the live cd. Basically what happened was I was updating the machine and decided to let them run in the background while my sister's 6 year old son played some tux computer games, when he was finished he switched the entire computer off at the power button and it was still updating in the background. Now there is no mouse or keyboard input, I cannot get into the recovery console, nor can I control a terminal from the login screen in order to successfully complete the update. This means basically the only option to fix it would be to re-install or fix the human user interface device drivers (keyboard and mouse) via the live cd, I am in need of some advice or instructions on how to go about fixing this issue.

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Feb 20, 2010

Recently installed F12 through the text based install and have got to GNOME gui but when i got to system/administration i only get two options and those are for display changes. Is there some way to install the features i missed out on? namely Add/remove programs which i can't seem to find anywhere

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Aug 3, 2011

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Jan 11, 2011

I've found that my USB mouse causes some I/O bug BIOS, but in operation system it works fine. Problem is freezing GRUB caused by fake input from the mouse. Possible decision is disabling any input for grub, but I don't know how to do it.

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Aug 29, 2010

When booting opensuse 11.2 or 11.3 there is automatically created a folder in /media to mount my external usb drive (in /media/disk). The problem I have is that sometimes these folders are not automatically removed when I shut down. On the next time boot this device is mounted at /media/disk-1 or /media/disk-2 which throws off for instance Krusader or Amarok. Also the folders that are not removed seem to have really strong permissions such that I can't even browse into them in Krusader or Dolphin. I have to manually clean the /media folder as super user so that when I reboot, they are in /media/disk. Does anyone know how to ensure that opensuse removes the folder(s) upon shutdown?

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Oct 10, 2010

I just recently installed Slackware onto a virtual machine(I'm planning on buying a new disc drive and 1 TB HDD with-in the next couple of months and plan on Slackware being my primary OS[right now Mac OS X 10.6 is]), and everything went great.

I then went onto edit the /etc/inittab file in emacs and changed the run-level to 4. I don't know why it's decided that I'd want to boot into KDE when XFCE is installed and in the configuration I selected XFCE but it's not really relevant(I have a WM guide thing open in another tab and will probably be able to change it).

The problem is, as the vague title may suggest, is that it basically freezes when I'm at the log-in screen. The input field for the username is highlighted and blinking, and the cursor it self is visible in the centre of the screen, but it simply doesn't pick up on any input from my keyboard or mouse.

I tried booting up the install CD and logging in as root, mounting sda4(which is the root partition) and editing said file but sudo isn't installed(to my knowledge) on the install disc and when I do the command,


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Apr 8, 2010

I got a new HDD like a Storage on my Ubuntu ,it is formated as ext3 and i am able to mount it ,but sometimes while downloading from FTP ,when the session broke Ubuntu crates some ./afternature.mp4 Input/output error ,which i can see on "ls -l" ,and that causes great troubles to me ,because i can not copy or write on that disk another file with the same one which is created like this ,these error are gone only if i format the hdd .

My mounting command is "mount /dev/hdb3 /tmp/hd ext3 rw 0 0" So is that possible to remove these error without formatting the disk . PS:I did a lot of search for that error ,on unix forums also here but i didn`t find a concrete answer ,i found a thread which is for that case but removing with inode is impossible because on ls -l i`m not receiving the inode .

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