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Jiri Slaby wrote:

> On 01/22/2008 12:13 AM, J. Pablo Fernández wrote:
>> On Monday 21 January 2008 22:00:31 Jiri Slaby wrote:
>>> On 01/21/2008 09:11 PM, J. Pablo Fernández wrote:
>>>> Hello,
>>>>
>>>> I'm interested in making a driver for the Kinesis Savant Elite
>>>> Programable USB Foot Switches[1].
>>> [1]+1 says
>>> Linux, Sun and other Non Windows Platforms
>>> · Requires available USB port. Uses generic drivers provided by the
>>> operating system. Due to the heterogeneity in these platforms, we cannot
>>> guarantee compatibility with these systems. However, if your system can
>>> use any USB mouse and keyboard, it will probably work with a Savant or
>>> Savant Elite foot switch.
>>>
>>> I guess it's ordinary input device without any special driver needs.
>>
>> It sends ordinary mouse and keyboard commands, but you need a driver to
>> program it what commands to send, and that's the part I want to cover: "
>> it can be easily reprogrammed on a Windows [and only Windows] PC to
>> perform any keyboard action or key combination."
>
> But you didn't even mention that. Then try to search for usb ids in the
> tree and also in google.

I don't have the device. Maybe I can ask the vendor for the ids? how exactly
should I ask?

Thanks.
--
J. Pablo Fernández <pupeno@pupeno.com> (http://pupeno.com)

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