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For my Thinkpad T530, and Ubuntu 15.10. Just use: sudo -i gedit /etc/udev/rules.d/10-trackpoint.rules and then add the following content on, then restart. The setting value will be kept. ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="input", ATTR{name}=="TPPS/2 IBM TrackPoint", ATTR{device/sensitivity}="190", ATTR{device/speed}="180", ATTR{device/inertia}="6", ...


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This device is used for harddisk shock prevention, and its detection as a joystick is an error. You get this error message because testing a non-joystick with the joystick tester doesn't work for obvious reasons. To get it to work, at least on other thinkpads, you can install hdapsd. It needs to be run as a daemon - it reads the accelerometer data and parks ...


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First and foremost check the Mic by recording and running the following command in a terminal window: Make sure the device is not set to Mute, then type arecord test.wav and speaking into your microphone. To stop this command press Ctrl+C. This will test basic recording functionality by creating test.wav in your HOME directory. Open this file to ...


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Most modern sound adapters have output monitoring channels. Unity/Gnome default sound settings tool (part of unity-/gnome-control-center) does not list them on input tab. Install PulseAudio volume control tool (part of upstream project) sudo apt-get install pavucontrol Run it and go to Input Devices tab. Look down to the right corner, Show: drop list, ...


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This wiki page covers how to create a dummy audio input using PulseAudio, which can then be recording using Audacity. It uses the PulseAudio Volume Controller (which is available in the default repos, sudo apt-get install pavucontrol), and creates an application stream which Audacity will read as input. It is much better explained on the above wiki page.


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Take a look at https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/input/input.txt and https://github.com/torvalds/linux/blob/master/include/uapi/linux/input.h and https://stackoverflow.com/questions/20943322/accessing-keys-from-linux-input-device Hope that helps...



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