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Old 04-17-2006, 04:51 AM   #1
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Question event logger on fc4 - i386

hi ,

i am new to linux.
but has some experience on programming gtk apps.

i would like to do the following things on on my linux workstations

1. get which window is active at any given time. That is need a notification when a window ,thread , and process bewcomes active, gets focus , a new application or process is launched and similar events .

2. also get the input monitor inplace , i.e., something that can give me everything on keyboard and mouse, the events they generated and for which application's which window they were targeted on

These r basically to monitor what the user is doing .

Iwould like to know the best solution to it and how to solve it.

i think that i should install some sort of message and event logger on the X itself but don't know how to do it .

any help will be greatly appreciated



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