Driver for USB-compliant human interface devices (HID)
io-hid -d usb [option[,option ...]] ... & io-hid -d usb [option[,option ...]] ...
- Don't attach to the HID device matching the given vendor and device IDs.
The vid and did must be hexadecimal vendor and
product IDs (e.g. igndev=0x1234:0x5678), as reported by the
You can use the igndev option to ignore specific USB HID devices. This allows another USB driver to attach and manage the device. You can specify multiple igndev options.
The did also supports pattern matching to let you specify a range for device IDs for a particular vendor; see the examples below.
- Run the removal thread at priority prio. The default priority is 8.
- The USB stack path. The default is /dev/io-usb/io-usb
- Be verbose.
- The number of seconds to wait for the USB stack to come up.
The devh-usb.so is a DLL which is used with the io-hid manager. It connects to the USB stack to give HID clients access to USB-compliant human interface devices.
Start io-hid using the USB HID driver and manage all USB HID devices:
io-hid -d usb &
io-hid & mount -Tio-hid devh-usb.so
Ignore all devices for a specific vendor:
io-hid -dusb igndev=0x1234
Ignore a specific device for a specific vendor:
io-hid -dusb igndev=0x1234:0x5678
Ignore a range of devices for a specific vendor:
io-hid -dusb igndev=0x1234:0x5???
Last modified: 2013-09-30