This package contains utilities for testing and configuring joysticks,
connecting legacy devices to the kernel's input subsystem (providing support
for serial mice, touchscreens etc.), and test the input event layer.
ffcfstress ffcfstress stress tests constant non-enveloped forces on a force feedback device. It simulates a moving spring force by applying a frequently updated constant... ffmvforce ffmvforce generates a force in a given direction, indicated by the position of the mouse pointer in relation to the center of the tool's window. Beware, the... ffset ffset sets the gain and autocenter strength of a force-feedback device. fftest fftest provides a variety of tests which can be applied to force-feedback devices. Beware, the tests may damage your device! inputattach inputattach attaches a serial line to an input-layer device via a line discipline. Exactly one of the available modes must be specified on the command line. jscal jscal calibrates joysticks and maps joystick axes and buttons. Calibrating a joystick ensures the positions on the various axes are correctly interpreted... jscal-restore jscal-restore restores the calibration and mapping information for the given joystick device, previously stored by the jscal-store command. An appropriate rule... jscal-store jscal-store stores the calibration and mapping information for the given joystick device. This information can later be restored using the jscal-restore... jstest jstest can be used to test all the features of the Linux joystick API, including non-blocking and select(2) access, as well as version 0.x compatibility mode...