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Thread: A Gaming Mouse Vendor That Has Linux Drivers

  1. #21
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    @Yfrwlf

    I can't quite follow why the Tux sticker is such a game-changer for you but whatever. I know which mouse I will choose next when I am looking for one.

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    This looks like a really useful mouse and I'll be keeping an eye on the Linux driver development process. Maybe I'll find it a worthy replacement for my trustworthy Trust mouse.

  3. #23
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    @All who complain about Roccat not listing Linux support on their site:

    Perhaps the people over at Roccat just haven't updated their site yet or the drivers don't meet their quality standards yet. Just lay back and wait, all of you.

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    I'd be very willing to write a small daemon with a webUI to control these command line utilities.

    I once wrote a little Python app to control the colors on my Logitech G9 Mouse, which I still have available. It would shift the colors from RED-GREEN-BLUE based on CPU usage or other factors.

    Useless, yes, but cool, and a cool way to waste 20 minutes poking around in Python.

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