multiseat -- still trying...
Zephaniah E. Hull
warp at aehallh.com
Tue Jan 24 16:57:04 PST 2006
On Tue, Jan 24, 2006 at 10:32:50AM +0100, Marcus Schäfer wrote:
> Additionally evdev doesn't support persistent device names which means
> if your config provides for example /dev/input/event3 and /dev/input/event4
> these devices could be different at each boot. Something like this could be
> handled at the layer of hal and udev but currently there is no
> naming scheme available. That's the main reason why people are not
> convinced completely and why it is not yet available for
> configuration in sax :-)
Please see bug #5696, with those patches (which are still being worked
on to some degree, but which should be usable) both the xkb issue and
this issue should be corrected.
Please note that right now the manpage included is not up to date, but
I'm working on that.
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