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    Default Accessing TTY Device?

    Hello, I'm writing a java application for an embedded linux single board computer I have. I have a small numeric keyboard connected via usb. Because the sbc doesn't have a real psyhical console with monitor, any keyboards are not connected to any terminal which is causing the java.scanner (nextLine) to not work correctly. How would I go about accessing the keyboard directly by reading its tty device in /dev? Or if someone has thoughts on another way to accomplish this please advise. Thanks

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    Default Re: Accessing TTY Device?

    *bump* Anyone?

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    Default Re: Accessing TTY Device?

    Don't double post the same question. The new thread you started has been removed.

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    Last edited by DarrylBurke; 04-22-2012 at 09:57 AM.
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