Logkeys is a linux keylogger. It is no more advanced than other available linux keyloggers, notably lkl and uberkey, but is a bit newer, more up to date, it doesn't unreliably repeat keys and it shouldn't crash your X. All in all, it just seems to work. It relies on event interface of the Linux input subsystem. Once completely set, it logs all common character and function keys, while also being fully aware of Shift and AltGr key modifiers.
|disable-input-check.patch||0000000507507 Bytes||1508005455about 1 year ago|
|logkeys-0.1.1c.tar.gz||0000110149108 KB||1508005456about 1 year ago|
|logkeys.service||0000000234234 Bytes||150823083312 months ago|
|logkeys.spec||00000030102.94 KB||150823083312 months ago|
|logkeysd.conf||0000000121121 Bytes||150823027512 months ago|
|missing-call-to-setgroups-before-setuid.patch||0000000730730 Bytes||1508005456about 1 year ago|