/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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My solution for that is to download this file and save it as
/etc/udev/rules.d/51-these-are-not-joysticks.rules. You can run this command on a terminal:
sudo curl -o /etc/udev/rules.d/51-these-are-not-joysticks.rules \ https://gist.githubusercontent.com/denilsonsa/978f1d842cf5430f57f6/raw
Link to my GitHub Gist containing the file: https://gist.github.com/denilsonsa/978f1d842cf5430f57f6
You should see your joystick number first... so open a terminal and run
xinput 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
Save the above into a file like
~/disable_joystick.sh and then run
chmod +x ~/disable_joystick.sh.
You can now run
~/disable_joystick.sh and it should block your device from generating mouse and keyboard events in X.