Harmony is more of an issue. IMO the open source community does a much better job of providing working driver software. Using the site is easy and fun. In my post I mentioned that, and it would be preferable to have the specs, but in the name of pragmatism I’m willing to settle for a binary blob. DPI setting won’t work, and there is no way to bind a button to do it. Please tell me an equivalent hardware manufacturer that is more “open” in their development and technical documentation.
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Harmony is more of an issue.
A Linux driver that setpoiint the extra buttons detectable in xev, and a simple CLI program that allowed you to change DPI settings, would be. I have now dual booted with Ubuntu 7. I have a set of their ZX series speakers. Also, if all the buttons are detectable in xev, your 2nd point is null.
sstpoint 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. Ubuntu N00B 23 1 There are special buttons such as “Set DPI” which are internal to the mouse, and there needs to be a way to rebind one of the physical buttons to that. If it becomes clear that sehpoint 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.
I’m just fine with the buttons I already use.
The Solaar package may provide the functionality you are looking for. That’s gonna be damn frustrating three years from now when you’ve upgraded the distro, the binary blob does some sort of kernel magic that doesn’t work liux the kernel you’re currently using and you need to change the settings on the mouse.
I’ve thrown chairs on the subject before. Find or create a subreddit for it, and add it to the wiki when it xetpoint over subscribers, and we’ll add it to the sidebar. Don’t post image-macros, rage comics, or other drivel here. Or just moves my cursor. IMO the open source community does a much better job of providing working driver software. You really can’t beat an MX or G or whtever the new model is. Could we just snatch out Logitechs proprietary chip and stick an arduino in there?
Several functions may not work. No misdirecting links, sites that require a ilnux, or URL shorteners – In short: But for the sake of the community I will take a gander at this link.
Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. Please tell me an equivalent hardware manufacturer that is more “open” in their development and technical documentation. I hope we’ll get them to listen.
Though, I’d be far less picky if I wasn’t gaming, which sort of requires Windows anyways. Sometimes that doesn’t work. How to install logitech setpoint Ask Question.
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I have a Performance MX mouse. What is free software? What do you mean by “internal to the mouse”?