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I had this issue on my PC (running mint), I assume it's the same on a Pi running Raspbian or whatever. As per this: https://stackabuse.com/guide-to-pythons-keyboard-module/ you need to install the keyboard module as root. So sudo pip3 install keyboard, and then run the python script with sudo. That seems to work.


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I know that this question is from 4 years ago but I found it in my searches so I am going to put what helped me after I found this dead question. I used this little wrapper: https://gist.github.com/sloria/5693955 # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- '''recorder.py Provides WAV recording functionality via two approaches: Blocking mode (record for a set duration): >>...


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You can share a keyboard over network using https://github.com/debauchee/barrier. Install it on you RPi: sudo apt -y install barrier and on your PC and point one to each other.


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I have a pi4 that is behaving exactly like what you described after upgrading from 20.04 to Ubunth 21.04 (logitech wifi keyboard + mouse pad combo). Below solution from https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=310293#p1889485 worked for me. either... ssh in find a physical keyboard "at the gdm3 login screen use the gear icon at bottom right ...


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