On 01/30/2013 01:40, Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
Work for you:

RID=22 (0x16) is the one you are receiving. This is a microsoft specific 
extension to the HID class.
I don't have time to look at this right now, but if you can get documentation 
for this HID usage, then
we could map it to a mouse button at least. Else press all the buttons on your 
mouse while recording USB
trace information. Then reverse engineer the values, make a nice table and I 
can implement it for you in
the ums driver.

So the keyboard signal comes to the mouse endpoint.
One possible solution is to have a quirk in ums driver that would post the event to the corresponding ukbd instance. Since these are really the keyboard signals.

Microsoft makes some of the best mice today (IMO, based on the research of what's available from all vendors). That's why I want FreeBSD to support their mice better.

I will do some research, also will try to partially reverse-engineer the protocol. It might be something in their protocol that makes keyboard signals be piped into the mouse pipe.

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