1. sidetone

    Show or describe your HID configuration: Peripheral hardware

    HID devices include keyboards, gamepads/joysticks, penpads/touchpads, mice... This can be for any type of HID device, from the old architecture, from x86-input, from the newer driver architecture, from Antimicro or Bluetooth. Any HID that runs on FreeBSD. Even plans on what to do with it. Or...
  2. A

    Can the xf86-input-usbtablet driver be ported to FreeBSD?

    After moving over from Ubuntu to FreeBSD around the beginning of this year, one of my few disappointments has been that my HUION Inspiroy H950P was not supported and FreeBSD support seemed to indicate that only Wacom tablets were supported. Yet, as a teacher, the use of the tablet has been so...
  3. sidetone

    Howto: Enabling multimedia keys, gamepads/joysticks for desktop; usbhid

    Enabling usbhid usbhid gives the ability to use newer advanced hid drivers. The ability to use usbhid must be turned on from /boot/loader.conf: hw.usb.usbhid.enable="1" Then, load the driver through /etc/rc.conf: kld_list="usbhid" Turning this module on from /boot/loader.conf won't work. Once...