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Anonymous
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hi,

   

 

   

 the device i bought is composite device. when connect only one event node is created. how can i trigger multiple event nodes to be created.

   

example 1. mouse 2. conumer 3. touch pad

   

if i want linux system to create three /dev/input/event1 /dev/input/event2 /dev/input/event3 then how can i achieve it. 

   

 

   

many thanks,

   

prabhu chwandi

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HeLi_263931
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The RDK is only a remote control, its not programmed to be seen as a keyboard or mouse by Linux (or any other OS).

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HeLi_263931
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That mostly depends on how Linux is seeing your device. Which device do you have? How is it programmed? How does linux report it when it is found?

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Anonymous
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hi, thanks for the reply. i am using cyppress  cy5672, below is the link. when connect only one node will be created. i test using the evtest, all the reports come to that event node only. my requirement is i want to see different nodes for each device this device conpist of.  please let me know what you think about it.

   

related to firmware, i have not flashed anything, its as it is delivered.  in the sdk i have source code for the sdk,  "how it is coded ?" - could you please let me know what information are you looking at ?

   

http://www.cypress.com/documentation/development-kitsboards/cy5672-proc-ble-remote-control-reference...

   

many thanks,

   

prabhu chawandi

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HeLi_263931
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The RDK is only a remote control, its not programmed to be seen as a keyboard or mouse by Linux (or any other OS).

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