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Old 14th September 2007, 07:50 AM
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Keyboard hooking in X server

Hello everyone,
I'm about to develop a small utility to capture keyboard input in X server (system-wide). I'm new to Linux programming, is there any tutorial on how to write a hook into keyboard input on Linux?
Thanks in advance.
PS: It's not a malicious keylogger. It serves as a Input Method for Vietnamese.
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