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Create a generic event listener

Posted on 2002-04-28
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I am trying to create an event listener which will report to me any
keyboard or mouse event even if it is another jvm running simulateously
in the same computer.If its a keyboard event it should report the key
typed if it its a mouse event the coordinate position without disturbing
the running process.This should be done in the linux environment.So please help me.
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Use RMI.
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per recommendation.  B grade assigned as I think if I asked a question and was told "use XYZ" I might be less likely to award an Excellent grade to this answer.

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