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evdev is a generic input event interface in the Linux kernel.[1] It generalizes raw input events from device drivers and makes them available through character devices in the /dev/input/ directory.

evdev is primarily used by display servers like X.org (via xf86-input-evdev driver and libevdev) and Weston.

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