For me it turned out to be harder than expected as can be clearly seen in the bug.
Long story short, there's a couple of things users should keep in mind if they switch from evdev to libinput:
- Remove any
XKBRulesentries from your xorg configuration files or else you can get very strange (and wrong) key mappings for your keyboard.
- Packages that have the
libinputUSE flag shoud have it enabled and the package being re-emerged.
- Additionally the
evdevUSE flag should be disabled for the very same packages.
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