Its me again,
Take care that you need the oython3 version not the python2 version of
python-evdev. That means drpending on your system it could named python3-evdev
insteed of python-evdev. This depends on the defailt of your used distro
Am Donnerstag 9. November 2017 schrieb chrys:
Howdy my frind,
fenrir supports "multible fenrir keys"
by default it is the following (configurable in
/etc/fenrir/settings/settings.conf) are the fenrir keys
what means: keypad 0, super or insert (all of them are recogniced as
take care that you need python-evdev need installed (what is currently
on debian systems missing as dependency)
here you need to install it manual currently ( i will report this to the
debian a11y team)
for debian you can install it with
sudo apt-get intall python-evdev
evdev is the linux "event device" system. this is needed by fenrir to
capture and consume input events.
python-evdev are the bindings for python (in what fenrir is written) to
this event device system.
the minimum version is python-evdev 0.6.4.
what distro are you using, how do you installed it?
fenrir needs python >= 3.3
with that installed you can install it via pip on any distro with
(python packager) with:
sudo install fenrir-screenreader
this will install everyting for dependecies.
what means keypad 0, windows key and insert key, all of that
Am 09.11.2017 um 03:11 schrieb Doug Smith:
Ok, here goes the first message on this list. I am trying to put fenrir on
my girlfriend's laptop, but cannot get it to
respond to any kind of input. The problem is that I am not sure which key
is the fenrir key if I set the keyboard
layout to laptop.
I cannot access the linux accessibility community on here because of a
firewall they have on this in-house network and
they really went too far with it. If I can find out which key this is I
can get fenrir on my girlfriend's laptop and
get it fixed up for her.
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