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    Default how to send remote USB Hid data to browse local QT menu on Linux platform

    Hello,

    My application requires sending USB Hid data (keyboard, mouse) to a QT menu on Linux platform. I already have a low level device driver to read USB HID data from external USB device , I am wondering how to send them to QT? ie, it is similar to sending remote keyboard, mouse data to browse local QT menu which can not directly interact with the USB device. I am new to QT, can someone tell me how to do?

    Tom

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    Default Re: how to send remote USB Hid data to browse local QT menu on Linux platform

    Do not double post. I have closed this thread. Replies will be to your other identical post.
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