SYNOPSISth-cmd --socket <socket> [--passfd] [--tag <foo>] [--clear|--enable|--disable|--mode <mode>|--quit|--udev|--add <devices...>|--remove <devices...>]
DESCRIPTIONThis program is used to issue commands to a running triggerhappy daemon. It utilizes an unix domain socket bound by the daemon.
- --socket socket
- The socket file opened by the running triggerhappy daemon instance.
- --add <devices...>
- Instruct the running daemon to open the input devices specified on the command line
- --remove <devices...>
- Remove specified devices from the running daemon.
- Remove all devices from the running daemon.
- Deduce operation and device name from udev environment (for use in udev rules).
- Disable the execution of triggers.
- Re-enable the execution of triggers.
- --mode <newmode>
- Change the mode of the triggerhappy daemon to <newmode>. If no new mode is specified, the daemon switches to default mode.
- Terminate the triggerhappy daemon.
- Instead of instructing the daemon to open the device, open the device and pass the file descriptor to the daemon. This allows the adding of new devices to a daemon having dropped its privileges, however the th-cmd process must have access to the device file.
- Grab the device; the triggerhappy daemon will try to get exclusive access to the device, other applications will not receive the events emitted by it.
- --tag foo
- Label the added device with the tag <foo>; this can be used to limit the scope of event handlers to a subset of input devices.
AUTHORStefan Tomanek <[email protected]>