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This module gives you access to usb barcode scanners, magstripe readers, numpads and other "pretend I'm a keyboard" hardware.

It bypasses the keyboard driver so that your dvorak or international keymap won't get in the way. It also allows you to distinguish one device from another, run as a daemon (not requiring X/console focus), and other good things.

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