Package keyfuzz: Information

    Source package: keyfuzz
    Version: 0.2-alt1
    Latest version according to Repology
    Build time:  Dec 13, 2022, 09:42 PM in the task #311662
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    License: GPL-2.0
    Summary: A Utility for manipulating the scancode/keycode translation tables of keyboard drivers
     Manipulate the scancode/keycode translation tables of keyboard drivers
     You may use keyfuzz to manipulate the scancode/keycode translation
     tables of keyboard drivers supporting the Linux input layer API (as
     included in Linux 2.6). This is useful for fixing the translation
     tables of multimedia keyboards or laptop keyboards with special
     keys. keyfuzz is not a daemon like Gnome acme which reacts on special
     hotkeys but a tool to make non-standard keyboards compatible with
     such daemons. keyfuzz should be run once at boot time, the
     modifications it makes stay active after the tool quits until
     reboot. keyfuzz does not interact directly with XFree86. However,
     newer releases of the latter (4.1 and above) rely on the Linux input
     API, so they take advantage of the fixed translation tables.

    List of rpms provided by this srpm:
    keyfuzz (x86_64, ppc64le, i586, armh, aarch64)
    keyfuzz-debuginfo (x86_64, ppc64le, i586, armh, aarch64)

    Maintainer: Hihin Ruslan

    List of contributors:
    Hihin Ruslan

    Hihin Ruslan

      1. gperf
      2. lynx
      3. xmltoman
      4. gengetopt
      5. libsigsegv-devel

    Last changed

    Dec. 13, 2022 Hihin Ruslan 1:0.2-alt1
    - Fix Alt Bugs (ALT #44610, #44611, #44612)
    Nov. 16, 2022 Hihin Ruslan 4.4-alt1
    - Initial build for Sisyphus