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I’ve forgotten my password. I used to work for Harmony support.
Please log in to reply. All the buttons are detectable in xev right now. Just making them take the initial steps of supporting one of their products would go a long way; it’s easy to add support for similar products to an existing code base.
Or just moves my cursor.
Logitech Setpoint – Linux & Unix
Some Logitech products support Linux. Click here to Register a free account now! Would anyone be interested in a reverse-engineered spec?
I hope we’ll get them to listen. Thank you very much! I have not needed to install any sort of proprietary software in any operating system to make full use of the mice. That’s why I haven’t bought a Logitech product in 6 years. Now there is a spin off of Setpoit, buy some hardware for kernel developers and have them write drivers for you.
I agree that my second point could be reworded, but my main concern is with the “hidden” DPI button. It’s not an ideal solution, I know, but I’d rather use it a few times to set some properties than having to either find a friend’s computer or “buy” a Windows licence. Don’t post image-macros, rage comics, or other drivel here.
Using the site is easy and fun. But for the sake of the community I will take a gander at this link. The Solaar package may provide the functionality you are looking for. I don’t know enough quite yet, but it’s likely possible to burn our own firmware into whatever chip as long as it supports either SPI or parallel programming.
I just like the g15 the most overall in terms of functionality, comfortability, and typing feel. I have a Performance MX mouse. I’m not saying it’s because of the mechanicalness of them.
HIDPoint – Wikipedia
You really can’t beat an MX or G or whtever the new model is. About six years ago I approached them and they refused to even release information specs useless to people that didn’t buy their hardware that would let lobitech write our own Linux drivers for their products, much less add their own support. If it becomes clear that we won’t get support in the near future, I’ll attempt to reverse-engineer the USB protocol for at least setting the DPI for a single mouse connected to the receiver.
It’s all about simply having the specs available, the FOSS community will take care of everything else. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.
Submit a new link. You need to enable usbmon, also the vm has to take control over the device you can’t use the mouse on the host. My Logitech wireless mice and keyboards work fine with Linux.
I’m just fine with the buttons I already use.