An easy to use tool to change the behaviour of your input devices.
Supports X11, Wayland, combinations, programmable macros, joysticks, wheels,
triggers, keys, mouse-movements and more. Maps any input to any other input.
Usage - Macros - Installation - Development - Examples
yay -S input-remapper-git sudo systemctl restart input-remapper sudo systemctl enable input-remapper
Get a .deb file from the release page or install the latest changes via:
sudo apt install git python3-setuptools gettext git clone https://github.com/sezanzeb/input-remapper.git cd input-remapper && ./scripts/build.sh sudo apt install -f ./dist/input-remapper-2.0.0.deb
input-remapper is available in Debian and Ubuntu
Python packages need to be installed globally for the service to be able to import them. Don't use
Conda can cause problems due to changed python paths and versions.
If it doesn't seem to install, you can also try
sudo python3 setup.py install
sudo pip install evdev -U # If newest version not in distros repo sudo pip uninstall key-mapper # In case the old package is still installed sudo pip install --no-binary :all: git+https://github.com/sezanzeb/input-remapper.git sudo systemctl enable input-remapper sudo systemctl restart input-remapper
Migrating beta configs to version 2
By default, Input Remapper will not migrate configurations from the beta. If you want to use those you will need to copy them manually.
rm ~/.config/input-remapper-2 -r cp ~/.config/input-remapper/beta_1.6.0-beta ~/.config/input-remapper-2 -r
Then start input-remapper