How to get capture input events from keyboard and mouse


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Bug How to get capture input events from keyboard and mouse

Hi,

Is there any way to capture/record the input events from keyboard, as well as from mouse using C.

Thanks in advance
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Keyboard interrupts?

What OS? Are you trying to write a device driver or a low level hook? Or, do you want to use high level apis and capture events for your applications? Are you working in the context of a GUI?
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Bug Using LInux OS (ubuntu)

I'm trying to capture the mouse and keyboard events while doing operations.
Please help me out
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Which desktop?

I might be able to help work through this, but honestly, it's not something that I've done before in a Linux environment.
Are you using the KDE or Gnome?
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Using gnome

Trying to capture keyboard and mouse events in gnome (ubuntu)
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