Provided by: libevdev-tools_1.6.0+dfsg-1_amd64
libevdev-tweak-device - evdev device configuration tool
libevdev-tweak-device --abs <axis> [--min <min>] [--max <max>] [--res <res>] [--fuzz <fuzz>] [--flat <flat>] <device> libevdev-tweak-device --led <led> --on|--off <device>
libevdev-tweak-device allows setting absolute axis parameters and controlling LEDs.
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.
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 <email@example.com>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). It was last modified for libevdev version 1.4.