usbhidctl — manipulate USB HID devices
usbhidctl [−a] −f device [−l] [−n] [−r] [−t table] [−v] [item ...]
The usbhidctl utility can be used to dump the state of a USB HID (Human Interface Device). Each named item is printed.
The options are as follows:
Show all items.
Specify a path name for the device to operate on.
Loop and dump the device data every time it changes.
Suppress printing of the item name.
Dump the report descriptor.
Specify a path name for the HID usage table file.
/usr/share/misc/usb_hid_usages The default HID usage table.
The usbhidctl utility cannot show nor set output and feature items.
The usbhidctl command appeared in NetBSD 1.4.
BSD July 12, 1998 BSD