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NAME

       libevdev-tweak-device - evdev device configuration tool

SYNOPSIS

       libevdev-tweak-device  --abs  <axis>  [--min  <min>]  [--max  <max>] [--res <res>] [--fuzz
       <fuzz>] [--flat <flat>] <device>

       libevdev-tweak-device --led <led> --on|--off <device>

DESCRIPTION

       libevdev-tweak-device allows setting absolute axis parameters and controlling LEDs.

OPTIONS

       The first form of the command controls axis parameters. The options are:

       --abs <axis>
              specifies the axis to tweak; one of ABS_X, ABS_Y, ABS_Z,  ABS_RX,  ABS_RY,  ABS_RZ,
              ABS_THROTTLE,  ABS_RUDDER,  ABS_WHEEL,  ABS_GAS,  ABS_BRAKE,  ABS_HAT0X, ABS_HAT0Y,
              ABS_HAT1X, ABS_HAT1Y, ABS_HAT2X,  ABS_HAT2Y,  ABS_HAT3X,  ABS_HAT3Y,  ABS_PRESSURE,
              ABS_DISTANCE,  ABS_TILT_X,  ABS_TILT_Y, ABS_TOOL_WIDTH, ABS_VOLUME depending on the
              device's capabilities.

       --min <min>
              specifies the minimum for the axis.

       --max <max>
              specifies the maximum for the axis.

       --res <resolution>
              specifies the resolution for the axis.

       --fuzz <fuzz>
              specifies the fuzz for the axis.

       --flat <flat>
              specifies the flat for the axis.

       The second form of the command controls LEDs. The options are:

       --led <led>
              specifies the LED to control; one of LED_NUML, LED_CAPSL, LED_SCROLLL, LED_COMPOSE,
              LED_KANA,   LED_SLEEP,  LED_SUSPEND,  LED_MUTE,  LED_MISC,  LED_MAIL,  LED_CHARGING
              depending on the device's capabilities.

       --on   switches the LED on.

       --off  switches the LED off.

AUTHORS

       libevdev-tweak-device was written by Peter Hutterer for Red Hat, Inc. This manual page was
       adapted  from  the  program  usage information by Stephen Kitt <skitt@debian.org>, for the
       Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). It was  last  modified  for  libevdev
       version 1.4.