I am using Qt application on TI's DaVinci TMS320DM6446 board.
I need USB mouse to control my application.
I have enabled all options related to USB mouse in make menuconfig. Also the usb mouse is working when we check it in /dev/input/mice on our target board.
But on actual application, the USB mouse is not working. Pointer is visible. I am using Logitech USB Mouse, so which is the "driver" option for Logitech Mouse in command
Do I have to insert closeMouse(),openMouse () functions ?
Does Qt support only for PS2 mouse ?
Thanks in advance.
Have you checked that device is present in "/dev" folder? You can test the device in a console with "od /dev/yourdevice". If there is no output, you have the wrong device!
We checked the USB Mouse with command
"cat /dev/input/mice" on our target board.
And it's working.
bq. export QWS_MOUSE_PROTO=driver:/dev/input/mice
Which driver have selected? This drivers are included: IntelliMouse, Microsoft, VR41xx, LinuxTP, Yopy, Tslib.
We tried with MouseMan....Because it is related with Logitech....
But that didn't work.
Why you didn't try all? Maybe another one works!?!? I'm always try all, why not!
Yes, I tried, same result with all.
Did you try without setting QWS_MOUSE_PROTO? So qws tries its default devices?
Yes, I did it too.
And also I tried for QWS_MOUSE_PROTO=Auto:/dev/driver/mice
In that sense it's not trying for default devices.
Is there anyone who knows if there is anyway to interface to a HID device (e.g. mouse, keyboard) via Qt in Windows?
You should rather open a new thread with your question rather than dig old unrelated thread, you'll have more chance to have an answer.