A little intro:
I have computer experience with Windows (API programming) and assembler on
several micros. However I am **very** new to Linux so please excuse my
stupid newb questions.

I am trying to use a homebrew USB device with LinuxCNC/PathPilot. My device
appears to the system as a HID and I can see its VID, PID, Name, etc using
less /proc/bus/input/devices

Reading the man page
(http://linuxcnc.org/docs/html/man/man1/hal_input.1.html) the hal_input
component looks like it will do what I need. When I add "loadusr -W
hal_input..." to the config file it complains that it can't find hal_input.
Where do I get the hal_input component?

This is a Tormach supplied Unbuntu 10.04 system so perhaps the component
comes with a standard distro. If so how do I get the single file?

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