USB Headset Buttons's purpose is to enable the Volume up and Down Buttons on my Logitech USB 30 Headset.
Version: 0.9.2USB Headset Buttons's purpose is to enable the Volume up and Down Buttons on my Logitech USB 30 Headset.
Operating System: Linux
USB Headsets are very useful for VoIP applications like SIP Networks or Skype. On my headset I have volume buttons which need extra care to be taken of. This Application does it.
· Linux 2.6
· ALSA libasound2 header files
Just compile it using the Makefile. You should have the libasound2 header files
installed (under Debian: apt-get install libasound2-dev)
To run it, you can tell it on the command-line which devices to use:
- e: Input Event Device:
To find the event node which corresponds to your headset go to /sys/class/input/
In the input? directories are name files which have the name of the device. The number is the same as the number for your /dev/input/event? node.
- s: ALSA Hardware
- n: Alsa Subdevice to use. Should be something like
What's New in This Release:
· A note has been added to the README that this needs CONFIG_INPUT_EVDEV enabled in the kernel.
· The -a switch has been added.
· You can set how many steps are changed on a keypress.