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NAME

     inputlircd — zeroconf LIRC daemon using input event devices

SYNOPSIS

     inputlircd [-d socket] [-f] [-c] [-r repeat-rate] [-m keycode]
                [-n device name] [-u username] device [device ...]

DESCRIPTION

     inputlircd is a small LIRC daemon that reads from /dev/input/eventX
     devices and sends the received keycodes to connecting LIRC clients.
     inputlircd needs no configuration, it uses the standardised names for the
     keycodes as used by the kernel.  Many USB remote controls that present
     HID devices, as well as multimedia keyboards should work out of the box.

     inputlircd expects a list of input event devices as commandline
     parameters.  It will only read events from those devices.

OPTIONS

     -d socket
           Location of the UNIX socket to which LIRC clients can connect.  The
           default is /var/run/lirc/lircd.

     -f    Run in the foreground.

     -c    Capture modifier keys.  This causes the CTRL, SHIFT, ALT and META
           keys to be treated as modifer keys that, when used in combination
           with another keys, change the LIRC event from that key rather than
           being sent as their own LIRC events.

     -r repeat-rate
           Set the repeat rate (in milliseconds) of the remote control.  The
           default is 0. Repeated keys that arrive less than repeat-rate
           milliseconds apart will be flagged as as repeat LIRC events.

     -g    Grab the input device(s).  This gives inputlircd exclusive access
           to the input devices and stops events from propagating any further.

     -m keycode
           Minimum keycode to send to LIRC clients.  Keycodes lower than this
           number are filtered out.  The default is 88, this filters out the
           alphanumeric section and the keypad section of normal keyboards,
           but allows all extended keys.  The rationale is that clients should
           not be able to grab normal keypresses, this could be a security
           risk.

     -n device name
           Name of an input device to read events from.  This scans all
           available input event devices, and if the symbolic name of an event
           device matches device name, adds it to the list of devices to read
           from.  The device name can contain wildcard patterns, see glob(7).
           To get a list of available devices and their names, cat
           /proc/bus/input/devices or use lsinput(8).

     -u username
           Set user and group id to that of username after opening the devices
           and UNIX socket as root.  The default is nobody.

     -t path
           Provides the path to a file containing a mapping between input
           event key names and the commands which should be reported via lirc.
           The files should contain lines of the form KEY_FOO = bar.  This is
           useful for backward compatibility.  The default is not to use a
           translation table.

     device
           One or more input event devices.  If you want to use inputlircd to
           process multimedia keys on the keyboard, then /dev/input/event0 is
           the most likely choice.  If you have other input devices, such as
           USB remote controllers that act like a HID device, then you
           probably need one of the other event devices present.  See
           /proc/bus/input/devices for a list of available input devices.  If
           unsure, you can add all available input event devices.

FILES

     /var/run/lirc/lircd
             Default location of the UNIX socket to which LIRC clients can
             connect.

     /dev/input/eventX
             The kernel input layer's event device files.

     /proc/bus/input/devices
             List of all input devices.

SEE ALSO

     irw(1), input-events(8), setkeycodes(8), /usr/include/linux/input.h.

                                April 14, 2016