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UHIDEV(4)	       FreeBSD Kernel Interfaces Manual		     UHIDEV(4)

NAME
     uhidev -- USB Human Interface Device support

SYNOPSIS
     uhidev*  at uhub?
     fido*    at uhidev?
     ucycom*  at uhidev?
     ugold*   at uhidev?
     uhid*    at uhidev?
     uhidpp*  at uhidev?
     ujoy*    at uhidev?
     ukbd*    at uhidev?
     ums*     at uhidev?
     umstc*   at uhidev?
     umt*     at uhidev?
     uoaklux* at uhidev?
     uoakrh*  at uhidev?
     uoakv*   at uhidev?
     upd*     at uhidev?
     uslhcom* at uhidev?
     uthum*   at uhidev?
     utpms*   at uhidev?
     utrh*    at uhidev?
     utwitch* at uhidev?
     uwacom*  at uhidev?

DESCRIPTION
     The uhidev	driver handles all Human Interface Devices.  Each HID device
     can have several components, e.g.,	a keyboard and a mouse.	 These compo-
     nents use different report	identifiers (a byte) to	distinguish which one
     data is coming from.  The uhidev driver has other drivers attached	that
     handle particular kinds of	devices	and uhidev only	dispatches data	to
     them based	on the report id.

SEE ALSO
     fido(4), intro(4),	ucycom(4), ugold(4), uhid(4), uhidpp(4), ujoy(4),
     ukbd(4), ums(4), umstc(4),	umt(4),	uoaklux(4), uoakrh(4), uoakv(4),
     upd(4), usb(4), uslhcom(4), uthum(4), utpms(4), utrh(4), utwitch(4),
     uwacom(4)

HISTORY
     The uhidev	driver appeared	in OpenBSD 3.2.

FreeBSD	13.0		       February	4, 2021			  FreeBSD 13.0

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | SEE ALSO | HISTORY

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