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The file /dev/input/js0 related to joysticks is giving me some problems in games.

I just renamed the file and everything went to normal.
So, how do I disable joystick input? I am using Ubuntu 12.04.

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Ok, my microsoft keyboard is recognized as a joystick!!!!? How can I fix this? –  faceless Aug 8 '12 at 13:02
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1- You should see your joystick number first ... so Run Terminal and type xinpute list ,and look to your joystick number and replace its number instead of the 10 in the Example below.

!/bin/bash id=xinput list | grep "↳ DragonRise Inc. Generic USB Joystick id=10" | cut -c58-59 props_mouse=xinput list-props 10 | grep "Generate Mouse Events (" | cut -c25-27 props_teclado=xinput list-props 10 | grep "Generate Key Events (" | cut -c23-25 xinput set-prop 10 $props_mouse 0 xinput set-prop 10 $props_teclado 0

2- Creat a new Document then put the code in it , then rename it to name.sh Format 3- Run Terminal then put the path where you save the file .

Example : cd Desktop (Because i saved mine on the Desktop)

4- Type bash name.sh ( Click Enter and You are Done ! )

Note1: to Turn it back on just change the 0 on the last 2 lines to 1 Note2: if this doesn't work make sure to remove xserver-xorg-input-joystick and /usr/lib/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-joystick

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