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Yes. We have a keyboard driver. Uses the kernel's translation table.
There is a driver for (Im)PS/2 mice, USB and
ADB mice are supported through the PS/2
emulatation of the new Linux input layer.
All joysticks supported by Linux should work.
As an alternative to the drivers listed above, we provide a driver for the Linux Input system that handles input events as delivered by the /dev/input/eventX devices.
dbox2 Remote Control (obsolete)
The new and the old model of the dbox2 remote control can be used with DirectFB. This driver is obsolete, since the dbox2 remote now uses the linux input system, you have to use DirectFB's linux input driver instead.
All remote controls supported by LIRC can be used with DirectFB. Simply name your keys (in the lirc config file) like the DFBInputDeviceKeySymbol does without the "DIKS_" prefix, e.g. "OK", "MENU" or "CURSOR_UP".
The H3600 Touchscreen as found in the Compaq iPAQ is supported; it produces axis events with absolute values.
DirectFB supports touchscreens based on the ucb1x00 chip. These are for example used in the Tuxscreen device.
There is an input driver for Microtouch serial touchscreens.
Sony PI Jogdial
The Sony PI Jogdial (Vaio Notebooks) can be used as a third mouse button and mouse wheel.