xinput [OPTIONS] [DEVICE]
version supported by the server. This option does not require a device name.
–list [–short || –long || –name-only || –id-only] [device]
If no argument is given list all the input devices. If an argument is given, show all the features of device.
If –long is provided, the output includes detailed information about the capabilities of each devices.
Otherwise, or if –short is provided, only the device names and some minimal information is listed.
If –name-only is provided, the output is limited to the device names. One device name is listed per line. Note that the order the devices are listed is undefined.
If –id-only is provided, the output is limited to the device IDs. One device ID is listed per line.
Note that the order the devices are listed is undefined.
–set-mode device ABSOLUTE|RELATIVE
–set-ptr-feedback device threshold num denom
details. For X.Org Server 1.7 and above, there are additional device properties pertaining to
pointer acceleration. These do not replace, but complement the pointer feedback setting.
–set-integer-feedback device index value
–set-button-map device map_button_1 [map_button_2 […]]
button 1) and are mapped to the logical button provided. 0 disables a button. The default button
mapping for a device is 1 2 3 4 5 6 etc.
–list-props device [device […]]
–set-int-prop device property format value
on the property. Deprecated, use –set-prop instead.
–set-float-prop device property value
–set-prop [–type=atom|float|int] [–format=8|16|32] device property value […]
left as-is. The arguments are interpreted according to the property type.
–delete-prop device property
–test [-proximity] device
the -proximity is given, ProximityIn and ProximityOut are registered.
–test-xi2 [–root] [device]
device are displayed. If –root is given, events are selected on the root window only. Otherwise, a
new client window is created (similar to xev).
–create-master prefix [sendCore] [enable]
create one master pointer named “prefix pointer” and one master keyboard named “prefix keyboard”.
If sendCore is 1, this pair of master devices is set to send core events (default). If enable is
1, this master device pair will be enabled immediately (default).
–remove-master master [Floating|AttachToMaster] [returnPointer] [returnKeyboard]
specified or the argument is omitted. If the second argument is AttachToMaster, returnPointer
specifies the master pointer to attach all slave pointers to and returnKeyboard specifies the mas‐
ter keyboard to attach all slave keyboards to.
–reattach slave master
–set-cp window master
–map-to-output device crtc
rently connected output (see xrandr(1)). If the NVIDIA binary driver is detected or RandR 1.2 or
later is not available, a Xinerama output may be specified as “HEAD-N”, with N being the Xinerama
screen number. This option has no effect on relative devices.
device can be the device name as a string or the XID of the device.
slave can be the device name as a string or the XID of a slave device.
master can be the device name as a string or the XID of a master device.
property can be the property as a string or the Atom value.
X(7), xset(1), xrandr(1)
- man 1 xinput
- X.Org / xinput：https://www.x.org/archive/X11R7.7/doc/man/man1/xinput.1.xhtml