AAUGH! Is the the way evdev is supposed to work?
tom.horsley at att.net
Wed Nov 25 22:54:15 UTC 2009
I am sure I would have noticed this if it was happening earlier.
I see a recent update included a brand new xorg-x11-drv-evdev,
and now I notice that if I do something like switch to a different
system on my KVM switch (which has my keyboard and mouse
plugged into it), that when I switch back, all my xinput
settings for drag lock and button mapping have disappeared.
Am I supposed to write a udev rule to re-apply my settings
every time, if so, what on God's earth does the rule need
to look like, and where on earth do I put it?
I can feel my attempt to use the new and improved evdev
slipping into oblivion again, and me going back to turning
off evdev and using the old mouse and keyboard drivers...
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