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After testing, he came up with a set of instructions originally posted at another site and I have rewritten them here in a [hopefully] more accurate process. Getting this one to work would be nice though.
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And the support community isn’t so helpful either, I just can NOT believe out of all the people on this forum, no one uses mx or similar model on Originally Posted by P4man. I’d recommend utilizing the switch mx18 function so you can set it up good for normal usage, ie: You should install Solaar, a Linux tool that allows you to manage Logitech Unifying Receiver mice and keyboards, that comes with both a GUI and command line interface.
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Yeah, the pressing the buttons will work fine for ajusting the sensitivity dpi logiitech, but Linux won’t detect them as buttons for some reason so I can’t map them to other functions. Log in or Sign up.
Logitech MX518 & Linux
Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. You should get output like this for each button: The good news is that it was expensive for a mouse and the manufacture actually built it to a high standard.
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My mouse configuration experience with Linux has pretty much been limited to getting the computer to see the mouse, so this isn’t my best area. This is for copying: Trying to get Logitech mx working with usb I had to restart and figure out the command was sudo startxfce4 and removed solaar. I was using a Logitech MX before but the MX is different since the buttons next to the scroll wheel are used to change the dpi up or down, which is a feature that is unique to this mouse model alone.
The binding I needed to add was this: This will allow you to increase and maximize you mouse’s DPI, monitor battery, enable smooth scrolling and side scrolling. I made a solution that works with Wayland. September 26th, 6. Sign up using Email and Password. The full list of supported devices is below.
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I would store this in a. After some searching, I found a site that codes Linux drivers for these devices, and directed him to it. Step 1 You need to find the button numbers for the buttons on your mouse.
I haven’t tried this myself but maybe this program is the easiest solution: Has anyone had any success in getting the scroll button to work on this mouse?