[PC-BSD Testing] uhidd question
kris at pcbsd.org
Wed Apr 27 07:09:31 PDT 2011
On 04/27/2011 10:03, Yuri Momotiuk wrote:
> 2011/4/27 Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.org <mailto:kris at pcbsd.org>>
> On 04/27/2011 09:25, Yuri Momotiuk wrote:
>> /The uhidd userland driver aims to support USB HID devices with
>> multiple Top-Level application collections in one interface, i.e,
>> HID devices with multiple logical device sharing one endpoint.
>> This kind of devices currently can not be fully supported by the
>> in-kernel drivers (ukbd/ums/uhid)./
>> /uhidd also provide support for multimedia keys found on USB
>> See more at http://wiki.freebsd.org/uhidd
>> But when you use uhidd you must disable usb keyboard and mouse
>> support in kernel configuration and recompile kernel. Also
>> keyboard is not work since uhidd starts from rc.conf , so USB
>> keyboard unaviable for example in single user mode :(((
>> Do you know something about multiple USB HID devices in single
>> handle support in upcoming 9.0?
> Good find! I've added this to the base-system for the next 9
> In that case you should unload kernel uhid.ko modules before uhidd
> using to prevent conflicts. But "generic" uhid modules should be
> loaded at boot time for using in single user mode for example.
> See uhidd wiki for details.
> Also in my case multimedia keys was not auto detected. If it will be
> in 9.0 I can create GUI for multimedia keys binding.
> Best regards, Yuri Momotyuk
In this case, I only plan to include the port, but not have it enabled /
configured by default. Perhaps if you create a GUI for it, it could
start by checking if its enabled, and enable it for the user.
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